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# Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics

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As in the previous edition, the purpose of this text is to introduce mathematical techniques to economics students. Through a complete integration of mathematics and economics along with a very patient exposition, the author attempts to maintain the emphasis on economics. Economic topics of equilibrium analysis, comparative-static analysis, economic dynamics and optimizati
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Hardcover, Third Edition, 800 pages

Published
March 1st 1984
by McGraw-Hill, Inc.
(first published November 8th 1974)

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However, the author is very good at organizing material. Each part is started with an intuitive instruction and is closed with conclusion part which states the limitation with a certain method. So although this is a math book, the words really account, which really helps you to understand.

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I am only interested in empirical research, using statistical techniques, and I was looking for a good book that could prepare me for studies in mathematical statistics, this book covered more than I needed.

For mathematical economists this book covers ...more

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