Mathematical Modeling in Economics
A Practical Guide
ISBN 9788119221837
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  Pages 282





Mathematical Modeling in Economics is a comprehensive and insightful book that delves into the fascinating world of mathematical modeling and its applications in the eld of economics. is book serves as an essential guide for students, researchers, and practitioners seeking to deepen their understanding of economic concepts and phenomena through the lens of mathematical models. e book begins with a solid foundation in the principles of mathematical modeling, providing readers with a clear understanding of the underlying mathematical techniques and tools used in economic analysis. It explores various types of mathematical models, including regression analysis, time series analysis, panel data analysis, and equilibrium models, among others. rough a combination of theoretical explanations, practical examples, and real-world case studies, the book demonstrates how mathematical models can be used to analyze and solve complex economic problems. Readers will gain valuable insights into key economic topics such as supply and demand, production and cost analysis, market equilibrium, monetary and scal policy, trade, and environmental issues. is book apart is its emphasis on bridging the gap between theory and practice. It not only presents the theoretical foundations of mathematical modeling but also provides step-by-step guidance on how to construct and implement models using real data. The e book equips readers with the necessary skills to apply mathematical techniques to real-world economic scenarios, making it a valuable resource for both academia and professional economists.

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