Sep 21, 2023  
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ECO 3200 Mathematical Economics


3 Hours

Prerequisites: ECO 2210   or ECO 2220  

The course introduces students to the major mathematical tools used in modern economics. As such,
mathematical concepts and tools with frequent applications in economics are developed in this class.
The tools to be discussed and applied include equilibrium, slopes, derivatives, unconstrained
optimizations (e.g. maximizing profits), constrained optimizations (such as maximizing utility subject
to a budget constraint), dynamics and optimal control theory. By the end of the class, you should be
familiar with the language of mathematics and how to use it to better understand economics.



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