Economics for Mathematicians

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Cambridge University Press, Dec 10, 1981 - Business & Economics - 145 pages
This is the expanded notes of a course intended to introduce students specializing in mathematics to some of the central ideas of traditional economics. The book should be readily accessible to anyone with some training in university mathematics; more advanced mathematical tools are explained in the appendices. Thus this text could be used for undergraduate mathematics courses or as supplementary reading for students of mathematical economics.
 

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Contents

PURE EXCHANGE ECONOMY
15
THEORY OF THE FIRM
35
WELFARE ECONOMICS
58
LINEAR ECONOMIC MODELS
75
SIMPLE MACROECONOMIC MODELS
98
Appendix A CONVEX SETS
120
Appendix B THE BROUWER FIXED POINT THEORSM
128
NONNEGATIVE MATRICES
136
Index
143
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