JEB117 - Mathematics for Economists

Credit: 6
Status: Bachelors - All
Bachelors - elective
BEF - elective
Semester - summer
Course supervisors: Mgr. Lei Ba
Course homepage: JEB117
Literature: Dadkhan, K. (2007) Foundations of Mathematical & Computational Economics
Sydsæter K. and Hammond P. (2006) Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, 2nd edition
Wisniewski, M. (1991) Introductory Mathematical Methods in Economics
Chiang A.C. and Wainwrite K. (2005) Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics, 4th edition
Vinogradov, V. (2010) Mathematics for Economists Made Simple, Karolinum Press
Sydsæter, K., Hammond, P., Seierstad A. and Strom A. (2008) Further Mathematics for Economic Analysis, 2nd edition
Simon C.P. and Blume L. (1994) Mathematics for Economists

Description: The course aims to familiarize students with mathematical methods needed to study modern economics. Students will refresh and expand their math knowledge obtained in high school, and develop the skills necessary to apply this knowledge to the economic models that they will start to build and explore.


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