mathematical economics


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 nnLab; the parts of mathematics applied typically involved are also those of minor presence in nnLab (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 nnLab.

We shall however include pointers in some cases which are relevant to the nnLab, for example (nontrivial) connections to category theory.


category: applications

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