Mathematical methods in economics
 283 Pages
 1984
 4.87 MB
 1085 Downloads
 English
New York University Press, Croom Helm , New York, N.Y, London
Economics, Mathemat
Statement  Norman Schofield. 
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LC Classifications  HB135 .S36 1984 
The Physical Object  
Pagination  vii, 283 p. : 
ID Numbers  
Open Library  OL2849281M 
ISBN 10  0814778429 
LC Control Number  84011502 
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student of economics must possess a good proficiency in the fundamental methods of mathematical economics. One of the significant developments in Economics is the increased application of quantitative methods and econometrics. A reasonable understanding of econometric principles is indispensable for further studies in economics.
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