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Economics - Game Theory / Mathematical Methods | Mathematical Methods in Economics and Social Choice

Mathematical Methods in Economics and Social Choice

Series: Studies in Economic Theory, Vol. 17

Schofield, Norman

Originally published as volume 17 in the series: Studies in Economic Theory

2003, XI, 300 p.

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In recent years, the usual optimization techniques, which have proved so useful in microeconomic theory, have been extended to incorporate more powerful topological and differential methods, and these methods have led to new results on the qualitative behavior of general economic and political systems. These developments have necessarily resulted in an increase in the degree of formalism in the publications in the academic journals. This formalism can often deter graduate students. The progression of ideas presented in this book will familiarize the student with the geometric concepts underlying these topological methods, and, as a result, make mathematical economics, general equilibrium theory, and social choice theory more accessible.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Dynamical systems - Fixed point theory - Quantitative methods - Topology - Transversality

Related subjects » Economics - Game Theory / Mathematical Methods - Mathematics - Political Science

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