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(2) Ok, E. A., (2007), Real Analysis with Economic Applications, Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ.
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The goal of this course is to provide mathematical tools which allow to build and understand simple economic models.
Basic knowledge of mathematical analysis.
Class lectures. The course length is 12 weeks with three classes per week.
The course has an internet page on the platform Moodle, which provides further information on the course.
Type of Assessment
Each student must take an oral exam.
Euclidean Spaces. Matrices. Linear systems. Vector spaces. Determinant and rank of a matrix. Linear functions. Linear functions and matrices. Metric spaces. Topology. Partial and directional derivatives. Differentials. Implicit function theorem. General convexity. Maximization problems.