Undergraduate Courses

ECON1111 MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN ECO II

This course introduces basic mathematical tools that are indispensable in modern economics. Topics include integration, partial differentiation, implicit function method, optimization for multiple variable functions, and Lagrangian multiplier. Economic applications are also covered, including equilibrium analysis, comparative statics, profit maximization, consumer demand, and dynamic analysis. Students should have knowledge of elementary differential and integral calculus, and are advised to take ECON1101 before taking this course. (Not for students who have taken ENGG2011, ENGG2012, ENGG2013, ENGG2014, ENGG2015, ENGG2018, MAEG4070, or MATH2010.)

2016-2017:
1st Term
2nd Term
ECON1111A Teacher: Dr. YUNG Chor Wing, Linda [Course Outline]
ECON1111B Teacher: Dr. YUNG Chor Wing, Linda [Course Outline]