**Mathematical Analysis for Economists**

by R. G. D. Allen

**Publisher**: Macmillan And Company 1938**Number of pages**: 571

**Description**:

The author aims at providing a course of pure mathematics developed in the directions most useful to students of economics. At each stage the mathematical methods described are used in the elucidation of problems of economic theory. Illustrative examples are added to all chapters and it is hoped that the reader, in solving them, will become familiar with the mathematical tools and with their applications to concrete economic problems.

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