ECO 414/514 Mathematical Microeconomics (3-4)

Development of mathematical techniques essential for understanding economic theory and performing economic research. Topics include calculus of several variables; linear algebra; classical, nonlinear, and convex programming; comparative statics; and dynamic programming.

Prerequisite: MTH 151 and ECO 315 and one of the following: MTH 222, 231, or 251 or permission of instructor.

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