ECO 365 - Mathematical Economics
(Prerequisites: ECO 361 , ECO 362 , STAT 253 , MATH 107 , MATH 108 or permission of the instructor)
This course studies the methodology of modern economic analysis. Emphasis is placed on developing the rigorous theoretical foundations of micro and macroeconomics using tools of calculus and linear algebra. Topics such as comparative static analysis, general -equilibrium analysis, consumer and firm behavior, intertemporal decision making, decision-making under uncertainty, theory of growth and rational-expectation hypothesis are covered.