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Advanced Fixed Point Theory for Economics



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Advanced Fixed Point Theory for Economics by Andrew McLennan

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This book develops the central aspect of fixed point theory - the topological fixed point index - to maximal generality, emphasizing correspondences and other aspects of the theory that are of special interest to economics. Numerous topological consequences are presented, along with important implications for dynamical systems. The book assumes the reader has no mathematical knowledge beyond that which is familiar to all theoretical economists. In addition to making the material available to a broad audience, avoiding algebraic topology results in more geometric and intuitive proofs. Graduate students and researchers in economics, and related fields in mathematics and computer science, will benefit from this book, both as a useful reference and as a well-written rigorous exposition of foundational mathematics. Numerous problems sketch key results from a wide variety of topics in theoretical economics, making the book an outstanding text for advanced graduate courses in economics and related disciplines.

Author Biography

Andrew McLennan received his PhD from Princeton in 1982 under the supervision of Hugo Sonnenschein, and is currently Professor at the University of Queensland School of Economics. His primary research interests are in game theory, mathematical economics and microeconomics.
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August 12th, 2018
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1st ed. 2018
18 Illustrations, black and white; XX, 432 p. 18 illus.
Springer Verlag, Singapore
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