Dynamic Programming in Economics (Dynamic Modeling and Econometrics in Economics and Finance)
Dynamic Programming in Economics is an outgrowth of a course intended for students in the first year PhD program and for researchers in Macroeconomics Dynamics. It can be used by students and researchers in Mathematics as well as in Economics. The purpose of Dynamic Programming in Economics is twofold: (a) to provide a rigorous, but not too complicated, treatment of optimal growth models in infinite discrete time horizon, (b) to train the reader to the use of optimal growth models and hence to help him to go further in his research. We are convinced that there is a place for a book which stays somewhere between the "minimum tool kit" and specialized monographs leading to the frontiers of research on optimal growth.
Specifications of Dynamic Programming in Economics (Dynamic Modeling and Econometrics in Economics and Finance)
|Author||Cuong Van, Rose-Anne Dana|
|Number Of Pages||203|
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