||Foundations of Economic Analysis
||Using set theory to characterize economic problems. Multivariate marginal analysis and optimization (constrained and unconstrained) with applications in consumer and producer theory. Comparative statics and introduction to dynamic analysis. Linear algebra with applications in econometrics and multiple equation macroeconomic models.
||Lectures, tutorial, 4 hours per week.
||not open to MATH (single or combined) majors.
||ECON 1P91, 1P92 and MATH 1P98; one of MATH 1P01, 1P05, 1P97.
||Students will not receive earned credit in ECON 2P30 if ECON 3P91 has been successfully completed.