The structure of economics: a mathematical analysis

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McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Business & Economics - 668 pages
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This text combines mathematical economics with microeconomic theory and can be required or recommended as part of a course in graduate microeconomic theory, advanced undergraduate or graduate-level mathematical economics, or any advanced topics course. It also has reference value for international, library, professional and reference markets. This revision addresses significant new topics--the theory of contracts and markets with imperfect information--that have recently become prominent in the microeconomics literature.

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User Review  - Thomas Ciszek - Goodreads

The text and explanation can be dense and dry but the text does provide the student reader with a deep overview of microeconomics. There are better intros to micro, however. Read full review



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