ECON 104--Spring 2010 copy

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San Jose State University Dr. Cheng Department of Economics Spring 2010 Economics 104 Mathematical Methods for Economics COURSE CODE: 20454 : MW 17:00—18:15 PM, DMH 160 DMH 219, (408) 924-5423; Econ. Dept.: (408) 924-5400; e-mail: [email protected] Preferred Contact by phone : (408) 924-5423 Office Hours: MW 11:20—11:50 am and 6:20—7:20 pm Textbook: Required : Analysis , Cengage Customer publishing. Optional : Shaum’s Outlines: Introduction to Mathematical Economics , by Edward T. Dowling, McGraw Hill. . Course Description and Objectives: The objective of the course is to survey some basic mathematical techniques that are widely used to connect important elements in economic theory. It is a mathematical restatement of the economic theory contained in microeconomics and macroeconomics. Topics include indifference curve, isoquant, cost minimization, profit maximization, equilibrium conditions in output and input markets, the national income model, and so on. Mathematical tools used include functions of one or more variables, simple differentiation,
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