This book provides both students and individuals with a simple and rigorous introduction to various mathematical techniques used in economic theory. It discusses the applications to macroeconomics and market models, and describes derivatives and their applications to economic theory.
Table of Contents
1. Vectors and Matrices 2. Derivatives and Applications 3. The Input-Output Model 4. Optimization Theory: The Calculus Approach 5. The Inventory Model 6. Dynamic Techniques 7. Linear Programming I: The Simplex Method 8. Linear Programming II: Sensitivity Analysis, Duality, and Integer Programming