ECON 380
Fall 2013
 Section:
01

The uses of mathematical argument in extending the range, depth, and precision of economic analysis are explored. The central goal of the course is to promote sophistication in translating the logic of economic problems into tractable and fruitful mathematical models. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of optimization and strategic interaction. 
Credit: 1 
Gen Ed Area Dept:
SBS ECON 
Course Format: Lecture / Discussion  Grading Mode: Graded 
Level: UGRD 
Prerequisites: (ECON301 AND MATH221 AND MATH222) OR (ECON301 AND MATH223 AND MATH222) 

Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (ECON)(MECO) 

Past Enrollment Probability: Not Available 
SECTION 01 
Major Readings: (If discrepancies exist between major readings in Wesmaps and the results generated by the Text Book Information link, defer to the readings posted in Broad Street Books.) Text Book Information
Baldani et al., MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS

Examination and Assignments: Problem sets, three evening exams, and a short final paper 
Instructor(s): Skillman,Gilbert L. Times: ...W.F. 11:00AM12:20PM; Location: ALLB103; 
Total Enrollment Limit: 25   SR major: 8  JR major: 13   
Seats Available: 3  GRAD: X  SR nonmajor: 2  JR nonmajor: 2  SO: 0  FR: 0 
Web Resources: Moodle 
