Advanced Mathematics for Economics
- In the first part of this course we will give a review of linear algebra, functions and Taylor's formula.
- In the second part we study optimization problems (unconstrained and constrained).
- In the third part of this course we will study (ordinary) differential equations and systems of differential equaitions.
Sydsaeter K., Hammond P., Seierstad A., Strom A.: Further Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Prentice Hall.Chiang,
Alpha C.: Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics, McGraw-Hill International Editions.
No general lessons
Please study the topics in the handouts (independent/privat study). Start now! You can arrange (no more than three a head) individual question times (via Zoom) for discussions and questions.
Exercises must be solved and you should hand in the solutions. The solutions will be marked. All these marks together (arithmetic mean) give the preliminary mark. At the end of the term there will be an examination. Your overall mark will be the arithmetic mean of the preliminary mark and the examination mark.
When? Saturday, 06 November 2021, 14:30-16:00
Where? Seminarraum S15 (WWZ, Hofgeschoss)
Allowed electronic means:
simple pocket calculator (einfacher Taschenrechner, according to Merkblatt Hilfsmittel)
Allowed non-electronic means: