ECO4401: Mathematical Economics 3
Prerequisites: ECO 2013, ECO 2023, ECO 3411 and one semester of college level calculus The course provides the basic mathematical tools needed to understand the behavior of economic agents and to solve economic problems. The course emphasizes critical thinking and problem solving. The major topics we will cover in this class include one-variable and multivariate calculus, comparative static analysis, constrained and unconstrained optimization, integration, uncertainty, and matrix algebra. The course is delivered mainly through class lectures, problem solving and in-class discussions.