Advanced Mathematical Economics

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Advanced Mathematical Economics
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"Of interest to advanced students of economics as well as those seeking a greater understanding of the influence of mathematics on 'the dismal science'. Advanced Mathematical Economics follows a long and celebrated tradition of the application of mathematical concepts to the social and physical sciences."--Jacket.

Advanced Mathematical Economics

"Of interest to advanced students of economics as well as those seeking a greater understanding of the influence of mathematics on 'the dismal science'. Advanced Mathematical Economics follows a long and celebrated tradition of the application of mathematical concepts to the social and physical sciences."--Jacket.

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Advanced Mathematical Economics

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Advanced Mathematical Economics

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