This is the companion website for Mathematics for Economists with Applications, where you will find:
A downloadable and printable PDF containing the exercises from the book
- A similar PDF, which also contains the answers
- Extra exercises and answers not included in the book
- Tutorial slides
[N.B. These slides were created in LATEX format to maintain accuracy of mathematical symbols and equations, which means they are only available as PDFs rather than editable PowerPoint slides]
About the book
Beginning with linear algebra and matrix theory, Mathematics for Economists with Applications develops the techniques of univariate and multivariate calculus used in economics, proceeding to discuss the theory of optimization in detail. Integration, differential and difference equations are considered in subsequent chapters. Uniquely, the book also features a discussion of statistics and probability, including a study of the key distributions and their role in hypothesis testing. Throughout the text, large numbers of new and insightful examples and an extensive use of graphs explain and motivate the material. Each chapter develops from an elementary level and builds to more advanced topics, providing logical progression for the student, and enabling instructors to prescribe material to the required level of the course.
With coverage substantial in depth as well as breadth, Mathematics for Economists with Applications contains everything needed to understand and apply the mathematical methods and practices fundamental to the study of economics.
James Bergin is Professor of Economics at Queens University, Canada.