This clearly-written, yet rigorous text provides a synthesis of mathematics and economic applications. Each new mathematical concept is introduced to solve a specific real-world economic problem. A broad scope of applications are presented. The text also includes such important topics as duality theory, the Lancastrian model, the Von Neumann model, resource depletion, and game theory. Each chapter opens with an introduction, and concludes with a summary, review questions, problems (except for chapter 1), and an annotated list of suggested readings. In addition, 15 of the chapters have their own mathematical notes and Formula tables and a list of symbols can be found at the back of the text. This text is intended for use on introductory undergraduate courses in maths for economics, for specialists and non-specialists alike.
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