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Mathematical models of the economy
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|LC Classifications||HB74.M3 S735|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 335,  p., (2 fold.)|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||77576061|
The book explains the numerous behavioral and mathematical models of economic psychology related to micro- and macroeconomic phenomena that have been proposed in the past, and introduces new models that are useful to explain human economic behaviors. The unifying theme of the book is the use of mathematical models and optimization methods to describe age-structured populations in economy, demography, technological change, and the environment. Emphasis is placed on deterministic dynamic models that take age or size structures, delay effects, and non-standard decision variables into account.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages (2 folded) illustrations 24 cm: Contents: Mathematical models of the economy --Our unstable economy: can planning succeed?--Foreign trade and full employment: an input-output analysis --Consistent projections in multi-sector models --Input-output projections: consistent prices and quantity structures.
Putting the model to work: Explaining changes in inequality Predistribution Explaining recent trends in inequality in market income Redistribution: Taxes and transfers Equality and economic performance Conclusion.
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