This book is an introduction to application of Mathematics in Economics for students of disciplines such as economics, finance, business, management, and accounting. It is intended for readers who may have not any background in mathematics, and it will also be appropriate for those with less experience, possibly used in conjunction with one of the many more elementary texts on basic mathematics. Parts of this book arise from a lecture course given by the authors to students of economics, management, accounting and finance, and management sciences.
Assuming little or no prior knowledge in mathematics, this market-leading text is a great companion for those who have not studied mathematics in depth before. Breaking topics down into short sections makes each new technique you learn seem less intimidating. This book promotes self learning and study by working through practice problems. The second edition of the book continues the tradition of the first edition by successfully teaching these tools and techniques through presenting them in conjunction with interesting and engaging economic applications. The applications in the text provide students with an understanding of the use of mathematics in economics. The applications also motivate the study of the material, develop mathematical comprehension and hone economic intuition. The main features of the book are:
•Many examples and business related problems.
•Core exercises now have additional questions, with more challenging problems in starred exercises which allow for more effective exam preparation.
•Every question that have given in the back of the book, encouraging students to assess their own progress and understanding.
•Wide-ranging topic coverage suitable for all students studying for an Economics or Business degree.
|Number Of Pages||299|
|Publisher||Green Booker Publication|
|Studio||Green Booker Publication|