Published September 3, 2007
by Copenhagen Business School Pr .
Written in English
|Contributions||Bjarne S. Jensen (Editor), Tapio Palokangas (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||438|
This book analyzes stochastic dynamic systems across a broad spectrum in economics and finance. The major unifying theme is the coherent and rigorous treatment of uncertainty and its implications for describing stochastic processes by the stochastic differential equations of the fundamental models in various : Paperback. John Stachurski is Professor of Economics at the Australian National University and the author of Economic Dynamics: Theory and Computation (MIT Press). Endorsements This book is a delightfully novel and thorough treatment of stochastic dynamic modeling. Economic Dynamics Jerome Adda and Russell Cooper. Yet another book has been published that provides an introduction to dynamic methods in Economics, “Economic Dynamics” by Jerome Adda and Russell Cooper. Like its predecessors, it gives a overview of the main solution strategies to multiperiod models and their numerical analysis. This book analyzes stochastic dynamic systems across a broad spectrum of economics and finance. The major unifying theme is the coherent and rigorous treatment of uncertainty and its implications for describing stochastic processes by the stochastic differential equations of the fundamental models in various fields. Pertinent subjects are interrelated, juxtaposed, and examined .
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