Mathematical Techniques for Economic Analysis

ISBN Number : 978-81-8488-494-4

Student Price : Rs.398

Student Dollar Price : 16$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 336

Book Weight :460

About The Book

This textbook "Mathematical Techniques for Economic Analysis"is a basic and most essential textbook for Economics Honors and Post-Graduate Economics Students of all Indian Universities. Students from Commerce faculty and all those appearing for competitive examinations can also find the book useful to them. Commerce faculty and all those appearing for competitive examination can also find the book useful to them. The contents of the Book are made lucid simple with numerous illustrations so that non-mathematical students can also derive immense benefit from it. It can serve the needs of the advanced learners who are intending to make application of mathematics in economic theory. Most of the time students opt for their specialization in Economics at B.A. And M.A. Posses little background of mathematics. This textbook is designed to mitigate their problems and to transform them into experts in the subject of mathematical economics.

The book can serve the requirement of students and teachers in faculties of Economics, Management, BMS and Commerce. It can be useful to all those who are also preparing for their competitive examinations like JRF, Entrance tests, Examinations like IES, IAS under UPSC and State Public Service Commission. The book incorporates chapter-wise solved questions of TYBA Economics papers of Mumbai University as sample paper solutions for the benefit of the students of all Indian universities.


Content -

1. Introduction and Chapter Overview
3. Differentiation : Functions of one Variable Case
4. Applications of Derivative in Economics
5. Matrix Algebra : Application to Input - Output Analysis
6. Techniques of Partial Derivatives : Functions of Two or More Variables
7. Application of Partial Derivatives in Economics
8. Linear Programing
9. Constrained Optimization : Use of Lagrange Multiplier Method
10. Techniques of Integration
11. Economic Application of Integration

About The Author

Dr. Sarat Chandra Patra is a Selection Grade Lecturer in Economics in Mumbai with a prolonged teaching experience in the subjects of Economics, Mathematical Economics and Econometrics taught to undergraduate and post-graduate students since last 17 years. He has written many books for Distance Education students of SNDT Women’s University in multi-disciplinary subjects as such "Business Economics", "Mathematics and Statistics" for F.Y.B.Com. and "Marketing" for S.Y.B.Com. He is a member of Senate of SNDT Women`s University. He has organized many Seminars and Workshops for Post-graduate students and undergraduate teachers on various topics including "Epistemology of Research in Social Sciences". He has presented many research papers on topics concerning Entrepreneurship, Gandhian Economic Philosophy, International trade and Microeconomics in seminars and workshops organized at the national and international level For a number of times he has addressed "Economic Applications of Quantitative Techniques" to the teacher participants in UGC and ICSSR sponsored National level Seminars. He is a faculty member and approved research guide for Commerce and Economics students under YCMOU.

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