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Great Formulas Explained Physics Mathematics Economics

Author : Metin Bektas
ISBN : 1520971141
Genre : Economics
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In this book you will find some of the greatest and most useful formulas that the fields of physics, mathematics and economics have brought forth. Each formula is explained gently and in great detail, including a discussion of all the quantities involved and examples that will make clear how and where to apply it. On top of that, there are plenty of illustrations that support the explanations and make the reading experience even more vivid.The book covers a wide range of topics: acoustics, explosions, hurricanes, pipe flow, car traffic, gravity, satellites, roller coasters, flight, conservation laws, trigonometry, equations, inflation, loans, and many more. From the author of "Physics! In Quantities and Examples" and "Introduction to Stars: Spectra, Formation, Evolution, Collapse".Volume II is now available under the title "More Great Formulas Explained".

Philosophie Der Raum Zeit Lehre

Author : Hans Reichenbach
ISBN : 9783663139881
Genre : Philosophy
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The Joy Of X

Author : Steven Strogatz
ISBN : 9783036992693
Genre : Mathematics
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Mathematik durchdringt den ganzen Kosmos. Das weiß jeder, doch nur die wenigsten verstehen die Zusammenhänge wirklich. Steven Strogatz nimmt uns bei der Hand und spaziert mit uns durch diese Welt der Weisheit, Klarheit und Eleganz. Als Reiseleiter geht er neue, erfrischende Wege, deutet auf Besonderheiten, schildert Hintergründe und erklärt die unsichtbaren Mechanismen. Wir erfahren unter anderem von dem Wunder des Zählens, der genialen Einfachheit der Algebra, dem ewigen Erbe Newtons, dem Tango mit Quadraten, der Zweisamkeit von Primzahlen und der Macht des Unendlichen. Mit all seiner Begeisterung, seinem Scharfblick und seinem leichtem Ton hat Steven Strogatz ein herrliches Buch für alle geschrieben, die ihr Verständnis von Mathematik auf eine neue Art vertiefen möchten.

Kategorien Und Funktoren

Author : Bodo Pareigis
ISBN : UOM:39015077962515
Genre : Categories (Mathematics)
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Mathematik F R Konomen

Author : Alpha C. Chiang
ISBN : 9783800645121
Genre : Business & Economics
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Klar und verständlich: Mathematik für Ökonomen. Für viele Studierende der BWL und VWL hat die Mathematik eine ähnliche Anziehungskraft wie bittere Medizin notwendig, aber extrem unangenehm. Das muss nicht sein. Mit diesem Buch gelingt es jedem, die Methoden zu erlernen. Anhand konkreter ökonomischer Anwendungen wird die Mathematik sehr anschaulich erklärt. Schnelle Lernerfolge Von der Wiederholung des Abiturwissens bis zum Niveau aktueller ökonomischer Lehrbücher wird Schritt für Schritt vorgegangen und alle wichtigen Bereiche der Mathematik systematisch erklärt. Der Lernerfolg stellt sich schnell ein: die klare und ausführliche Darstellung sowie die graphische Unterstützung machen es möglich.

Philosophy Of Mathematics And Economics

Author : Thomas A. Boylan
ISBN : 9781351124546
Genre : Business & Economics
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With the failure of economics to predict the recent economic crisis, the image of economics as a rigorous mathematical science has been subjected to increasing interrogation. One explanation for this failure is that the subject took a wrong turn in its historical trajectory, becoming too mathematical. Using the philosophy of mathematics, this unique book re-examines this trajectory. Philosophy of Mathematics and Economics re-analyses the divergent rationales for mathematical economics by some of its principal architects. Yet, it is not limited to simply enhancing our understanding of how economics became an applied mathematical science. The authors also critically evaluate developments in the philosophy of mathematics to expose the inadequacy of aspects of mainstream mathematical economics, as well as exploiting the same philosophy to suggest alternative ways of rigorously formulating economic theory for our digital age. This book represents an innovative attempt to more fully understand the complexity of the interaction between developments in the philosophy of mathematics and the process of formalisation in economics. Assuming no expert knowledge in the philosophy of mathematics, this work is relevant to historians of economic thought and professional philosophers of economics. In addition, it will be of great interest to those who wish to deepen their appreciation of the economic contours of contemporary society. It is also hoped that mathematical economists will find this work informative and engaging.

Frontiers Of Economics

Author : Abu N. M. Wahid
ISBN : 9780313320736
Genre : Business & Economics
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An excellent guide to the lives and works of the 44 Nobel laureates in Economics from the award's 1969 inception through 1999.

General Equilibrium Analysis

Author : Pascal Bridel
ISBN : 9781136719820
Genre : Business & Economics
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2010 marks the hundredth anniversary of the death of Léon Walras, the brilliant originator and first formaliser of general equilibrium theory – one of the pillars of modern economic theory. In advancing much derided practical solutions Walras also displayed more concern for the problems of living in a second best world than is common in modern pure theories of the invisible hand, efficient market hypothesis, DSGE macroeconomics or the thinking of some contemporary free market admirers all based on general equilibrium theory. This book brings contributions from the likes of Kenneth Arrow, Alan Kirman, Richard Posner, Amartya Sen and Robert Solow to share their thoughts and reflections on the theoretical heritage of Léon Walras. Some authors reminisce on the part they played in the development of modern general economics theory; others reflect on the crucial part played by general equilibrium in the development of macroeconomics, microeconomics, growth theory, welfare economics and the theory of justice; others still complain about the wrong path economic theory took under the influence of post 1945 developments in general equilibrium theory.

Popper Hayek And The Open Society

Author : Calvin Hayes
ISBN : 9781135979539
Genre : Business & Economics
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This is the first book to compare Karl Popper and Friedrich Hayek systematically, and critically assess their contribution to the political philosophy of the Open Society. Hayes compares and contrasts their views on three key areas relevant to their political philosophy; first their views on scientific method, their views on philosophy of social science and then their moral philosophy including their meta-ethical views. The author focuses on their contributions to social science methodology, their ethical views about negative utilitarianism and negative rights, and their contrasting views on Utopianism. He finishes by arguing that their versions of liberal political philosophy are both immune to Alastair MacIntyre's critique of liberal individualism and also meet his challenge to the Enlightenment project. Hayes' position is generally controversial in that he defends Popper and Hayek in areas where they are almost universally criticized, namely Hayek's notion of the meaninglessness of social justice and Popper's claim that there is no need for induction in either scientific reasoning or common sense reasoning. One main finding in this book concerns the two major problems that bedevil modern philosophy: induction and the is-ought problem. The author proposes an original solution to the is-ought problem as well to the infinite regress problem.

Mainstream Mathematical Economics In The 20th Century

Author : PierCarlo Nicola
ISBN : 9783662042380
Genre : Business & Economics
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To write everything about nothing, or to write nothing about everything: this is the problem. (Anonym, circa 1996-97) The first idea to write a book on M athematical Economics, more or less ordered in a historical sequence, occurred to me in 1995, when I was asked, by Istituto delta Enciclopedia Italiana, to write the entry "Storia dell'economia 1 2 matematica" , for the collective work "Storia deI XX Secolo". I thought that it would be interesting to elaborate on the text presented to the editors, to turn it into a book aiming at giving a panorama of what, in my opinion, are the main 20th century contributions to mathematical eco nomics. Of course, only a narrow set of the contributions made by economic theorists could be included, both for space limitations and necessity, because 3 of the limited competence of any single author. For instance, I have paid very limited attention to what is now called Macroeconomics, and also to Game Theory, which actually has grown so much as to acquire scientific in dependence as a living branch of applied mathematics. For the same reason, I have also left completely untouched such fields as Mathematical Finance, Public Economics, Theory of Taxation, etc. I have always based my presentation on published material only, assuming that what is contained in working papers still waits to be confirmed, possibly in the first years of the 21th century.

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