[Title:] Problems Book to Accompany Mathematics for Economists [ISBN:] 978-0-470-59181-9 [Publisher:] Wiley-Blackwell [Place:] Hoboken, New Jersey [Year:] 2010 [Pages:] 265-310
“Problems Book to Accompany Mathematics for Economists” is intended to complement any course in quantitative methods in economics, mathematical economics for undergraduate students or introductory mathematical economics for graduate students. It is aimed as an inexpensive supplement to nearly all undergraduate courses in mathematics for economists with the exception of applied statistics or econometrics. The key purpose of the problems book is to provide a variety of problems with solutions, which will enable students to reinforce and strengthen the theory they have learnt from standard textbooks in mathematical economics. The book supplements one of the most widely used texts “Mathematics for Economists” by Carl Simon and Laurence Blume but also meshes with other notable and popular textbooks in mathematical economics and applied mathematics for business and finance such as “Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics” by Alpha Chiang.