I think some of the mathematics books economist students use tend to be largely unknown to other branches of science.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Ken Binmore Calculus

Ken Binmore Mathematical Analysis

Ken Binmore Logit, Sets and Numbers

Ken Binmore Topological ideas

I like Ken Binmore's books. They are VERY VERY helpful in figuring out what's going without jumping right into more advanced books like Rudin. I think most tend to ignore them. However, all these books for the most part require some mathematics maturity. I recommend going through them after taking the standard mathematics sequence for engineering or sciences (Calculus, and other) at the college-level.

Shayle and Willet Matrix Algebra for Applied Economics

It's also a very thorough book for matrix algebra. Although, it has some chapters that emphasize about applications to economics.

My favorite for Matrix Algebra is the book by Franz Hohn.

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# Little known math books (Binmore)

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