Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis4th Edition
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This text provides an invaluable introduction to the mathematical tools that undergraduate economists need. The coverage is comprehensive, ranging from elementary algebra to more advanced material, whilst focusing on all the core topics that are usually taught in undergraduate courses on mathematics for economists.
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1. INTRODUCTORY TOPICS I: ALGEBRA
2. INTRODUCTORY TOPICS II: EQUATIONS
3. INTRODUCTORY TOPICS III: MISCELLANEOUS
4. FUNCTIONS OF ONE VARIABLE
5. PROPERTIES OF FUNCTIONS
7. DERIVATIVES IN USE
8. SINGLE-VARIABLE OPTIMIZATION
10. TOPICS IN FINANCIAL ECONOMICS
11. FUNCTIONS OF MANY VARIABLES
12. TOOLS FOR COMPARATIVE STATICS
13. MULTIVARIABLE OPTIMIZATION
14. CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION
15. MATRIX AND VECTOR ALGEBRA
16. DETERMINANTS AND INVERSE MATRICES
17. LINEAR PROGRAMMING
THE GREEK ALPHABET
ANSWERS TO THE PROBLEMS
- Mathematical rigour and a strong focus on mathematical reasoning.
- Large selection of worked examples throughout the book.
An essential for all economists
21 Oct 2012
By Prof. Ahmed El-Naka
I used and still using Sydsaeter book of (EMEA) for courses in mathematical economics. The book explains the mathematical methods in a very clear simple ways. The book is complete in its wide coverage of mathematical techniques required for economists. Beginning from the basics of algebra, functions, all techniques of differentiation and intefraction, simple review of differential equations, comparative statics , optimizations and linear programming. So, the coverage of the book makes it suitable for all levels of students either undergraduate or graduate. The book is also suitable for using as a reference for all economists or to be used in class. The book is self-contained. I RECOMEND THIS BOOK TO BE indispensable book in the library of every economist