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ECON 380 FA
The uses of mathematical argument in extending the range, depth, and precision of economic analysis are explored. The central goal of the course is to promote sophistication in translating the logic of economic problems
into tractable and fruitful mathematical models. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of optimization and strategic interaction. Interested students should have some familiarity with the tools of calculus and
Baldani et al., MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS
EXAMINATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS
Problem sets, a short paper, midterm and final examination as scheduled by the Registrar.
Gen Ed Area Dept:
(ECON301 AND MATH221 AND MATH222)
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- Instructor(s): Skillman,Gilbert L.
- Times: ...W.F. 11:00AM-12:20PM; Location: PAC125;
- Reserved Seats: (Total Limit: 25)
- SR. major: 8 Jr. major: 13
- SR. non-major: 2 Jr. non-major: 2 SO: X FR: X
- Curricular Renewal: Quantitative Reasoning, Reading Non-Verbal Texts
Last Updated on MAR-30-2006
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