Mathematical economics studies mathematical methods and models which are applicable or otherwise directly relevant in economics.
Applications of mathematics to economics are a wide field mainly out of scope of $n$Lab; the parts of mathematics applied typically involved are also those of minor presence in $n$Lab (numerical analysis and simulation, optimization, control theory, stochastic processes, regression analysis, time-series analysis, integral and differential equations, game theory, complex networks, fixed point theory, statistics) or moderate presence (variational calculus, dynamical systems) in $n$Lab.
We shall however include pointers in some cases which are relevant to the $n$Lab, for example (nontrivial) connections to category theory.
wikipedia: Nash equilibrium
Ngoc Mai Tran, Josephine Yu, Product-mix auctions and tropical geometry arxiv/1505.05737
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