Economic Dynamics University of Tsukuba
Understanding the difference between static and dynamic analysis in economics. After reviewing the definitions of the basic dynamic mathematics of differential and difference equations, acquire ability to apply the ideas to economic models. Understand how information effects enter into models of market stability, economic growth, dynamic games, natural resources and so on. Based on understanding of the basic notions of time, process, stock, and flow, acquire skill in applying them to everyday discussions.
Application of mathematical analysis to economic issues
Understanding the relation of dynamic economic to social progress
The mathematical treatment is self-contained, requiring high school algebra. Completing lectures in differential calculus and microeconomics is recommended.
Weekly submission of homeworks (20%), a midterm report (30%), and a final report (50%). Work should be submitted in English, but with advance permission from the instructor, Japanese may also be allowed, depending on the size of the class and personal situation.
Online Course Requirement
Turnbull Stephen John
Lecture is conducted in English.
G-course. Online(Asynchronous) Students who have interest in social institutions and processes, who wish to connect history to the future, are very welcome.
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