ECON4110 INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICAL ECO
This course discusses basic tools in mathematical analysis and their applications to mathematical economics. Mathematical topics include sets, functions, sequences, continuity, open sets, closed sets, compact sets, maximum existence theorem, separating hyperplanes, and fixed points. Economic topics include
preference, utility, demand, competitive equilibrium, and Pareto optimality.
Students should have knowledge of elementary differential calculus, and are advised to take ECON1111 and 2011 before taking this course.