|Jul24-11, 10:50 PM||#1|
Economics books for the mathematician?
I thinking about switching from math to econ for grad school, and was wondering how mathematical is upper level economics?
I have trouble reading textbooks that don't follow the theorem->proof outline. I've found Mas-Colell gives a nice mathematical treatment of microeconomics. Any other economics gem for the mathematician?
|Jul25-11, 04:29 AM||#2|
Check out this thread where I asked a similar question:
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