Mike Rosser – Basic Mathematics for Economists

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Basic Mathematics for Economists

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Basic Mathematics for Economists, now in its 3rd edition, is a classic of its genre and this new edition builds on the success of previous editions.
Starting with revisions of the essentials of arithmetic and algebra, students are then taken through to more advanced topics in calculus, comparative statics, dynamic analysis, and matrix algebra, with all topics explained in the context of relevant applications,
New features in this third edition reflect the increased emphasis on finance in many economics and related degree courses, with fuller analysis of topics such as:
savings and pension schemes, including draw down pensions
input-output analysis, using spreadsheets to do matrix algebra calculations
Review
‘This book is my go-to-guide for my intermediate microeconomics class. The author is able to explain well mathematical concepts which result in an extraordinary support to improve the mathematical ability of my students.’ ― Gloria L. Bernal, Assistant Professor, Economics Department at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Columbia
About the Author
Mike Rosser is a former Principal Lecturer in Economics at Coventry University, UK.
Piotr Lis is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at Coventry University, UK.

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