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1 Concordia University Department of economics Econ 325: Math for Economists Ι Fall 2017 Instructor: Pooya Ghasvareh Email: [email protected] Office: H- 1150.00 Office hours: Tuesday-Thursday 8:50-9:50 Schedule: Tuesday-Thursday 10:15-11:30 a.m. Class Location: MB S2.285 Course Objectives: The primary objective of this course is to be familiar with some the concepts and definitions of Applied Mathematics in Economics. By the end of the semester students will be able to: 1. Know mathematics of matrices and solve multivariate problems. 2. Work with derivatives and find optimal values of different functions. Textbooks : 1. Fundamental methods of mathematical economics; Alpha C. Chiang,Kevin Wainwright 2. Mathematical Economics: Part1; Micheal Sampson 3. Workbook for Mathematical Economics: Part 1; Micheal Sampson 4. Mathematics for Economics, 3rd Edition; M. Hoy, J. Livernois, C. MaKenna, R. Rees, and T. Stengos, MIT Press, 2011 5. Student’s Solutions Manual for Mathematics for Economics, 2nd Edition; M. Hoy, J. Livernois, C.
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