KC Border's notes on selected topics in mathematical economics

Colleagues and students:

In the previous millenium, I began to put my course “handouts” on the web instead of handing them out. Here is an index of them. I offer no warranty as to the correctness of these notes, but I am not aware of any errors. However, many of them are incomplete. Feel free to use them in your courses or studies, but do so at your own risk.

I add to this list on occasion. The file sizes and dates below reflect the latest uploads. The revision date in the handout reflects only major revisions. If I find typos, reformat a few equations, or simply play around with different fonts, I may upload the new version without changing the revision date in the text. I am now adding a time stamp to the handouts that indicates the last time the file was converted to pdf from LaTeX. This is usually an indication that something has changed, even if only the format. In fact, in the late summer of 2012, I began standardizing on the Latin Modern fonts and utf8 encoding and adding hyperlinks, so almost everything is or will soon be "new" according to the file modification date.

I'd appreciate it if you let me know if you find any mistakes, or if you just find something too obscure. Corrections are also greatly appreciated.

— KCB

Mathematical Economics

Cost and production

Rational choice and demand theory

Arrow–Debreu–McKenzie–Nikaidô Model

Decision under uncertainty

Financial economics

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Miscellany

Mathematics

Calculus

Linear algebra

Convex analysis

Metric spaces and topology

Probability

Miscellany


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