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Sundaram, though I don't know how widely this is used. I would advice undergraduate students to start with books like K. Lancaster 's "Mathematical Economics" or maybe Simon and Blume's book, to get the best out of Takayama's wisdom. Usually it takes many months, or even years to be fully understood. published 2001, avg rating 4.67 — published 1971, avg rating 4.00 — This book provides a systematic exposition of mathematical economics, presenting and surveying existing theories and showing ways in which they can be extended. 5 ratings — If you have a good understanding of real analysis, you will have no trouble with this book, and you'll do quite well in the obligatory Mathematical … published 1971, avg rating 2.80 — What Advanced Mathematical Economics Book You'll Use When You Get There . Akira Takayama's MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS is one of the finest texts in the important field of quantitative economics. 5 ratings — published 1989, avg rating 5.00 — I would advice undergraduate students to start with books like K. Lancaster 's "Mathematical Economics" or maybe Simon and Blume's book, to get the best out of Takayama's wisdom. Mathematics for Economics, Third Edition. published 1991, avg rating 5.00 — 1,561 ratings — Unable to add item to List. https://www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/mathematical-economics This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the mathematical foundations of economics, from basic set theory to fixed point theorems and constrained optimization. published, avg rating 1.00 — There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. published 1980, avg rating 2.00 — 0 ratings — The challenge of reading this book is something that no good economists can avoid. published 1993, avg rating 3.29 — This systematic exposition and survey of mathematical economics emphasizes the unifying structures of economic theory. 3 ratings — Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2007. 374 ratings — Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. I believe this book can furhter your knowledge as no other book can do. It is a highly referenced text, and I recall it being quoted by a number of instructors in my days as a graduate student in economics. published 1991, avg rating 4.32 — 2 ratings — published 1996, avg rating 3.97 — Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations, Select the department you want to search in, + $42.71 Shipping & Import Fees Deposit to Vietnam. published 2001, avg rating 5.00 — published 1977, avg rating 4.17 — published 1993, avg rating 3.88 — avg rating 3.99 — 6 ratings — 2 ratings — 1 rating — 478 ratings — It surveys, as of the late 1970's the state of the art of mathematical economics. 22 ratings — Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. published 1982, avg rating 4.07 — published 1993, Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics (Paperback), Schaum's Outline of Mathematical Economics (Paperback), Mathematical Optimization and Economic Theory (Paperback), Optimization in Economic Theory (Paperback), Analytical Methods in Economics (Paperback), Measure, Integral and Probability (Paperback), Principles of Mathematical Analysis (Paperback), A First Course in Optimization Theory (Paperback), Mathematical Methods and Models for Economists (Paperback), Foundations of Mathematical Economics (Hardcover), Student's Solutions Manual for Mathematics for Economics, 2nd Edition (Paperback), Mathematics in Economics: Models and Methods (Paperback), Advanced Mathematical Methods (Paperback), Linear Programming and Economic Analysis (Paperback), Extrema of Smooth Functions: With Examples from Economic Theory (Paperback), Differential Equations, Stability and Chaos in Dynamic Economics (Hardcover), Calculus of variations and optimal control theory (Unknown Binding), Variational Methods in Economics (Unknown Binding), Handbook of Mathematical Economics, Volume 1 (Hardcover), Instructor's Manual To Accompany Fundamental Methods Of Mathematical Economics, Introductory Mathematical Economics (Hardcover), Introduction to Mathematical Economics (Hardcover), Dynamic Programming: Models and Applications (Paperback), Elements of Dynamic Optimization (Hardcover), A Mathematical Approach To Economic Analysis (Hardcover), Basic Mathematics for Economists (Paperback). Please try your request again later. 1 rating — 290 ratings — It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. If you are a beginner then read: (1). 7 ratings — The Handbook of Mathematical Economics aims to provide a definitive source, reference, and teaching supplement for the field of mathematical economics. A new edition of a comprehensive undergraduate mathematics text for economics students. published 1987, avg rating 4.27 — Usually it takes many months, or even years to be fully understood. A. Error rating book. ISBN: 0444874615. If you are not sure of your math abilities, try first simon and blume ones, which is easier. Page: 741. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. 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