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ECON 463 - MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMICS

Mathematical tools and techniques in modern Keynesian, Neoclassical, Marxian, and Neoricardian economic theories. The methodology of mathematical economics, sets, functions, matrix algebra, comparative statistics, and differential calculus. A secure understanding of college algebra is presumed on the part of the student as prerequisite for taking this course.

Credits: 3

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