Mathematics and Economics


Bounded Rationality discusses mathematics, economics, and their intersection.  We hope to cover both exercises and current research with insight, accuracy and rigor.  In mathematics, our primary areas of interest are classical and complex analysis, PDE, dynamical systems, and probability theory, among others. In economics, we hope to discuss the literature in the foundations of neoclassical economics, asset pricing, political economy, and rational and social choice theory. We are: Edward Mehrez and Samir Choksy, graduate students of Cornell and Columbia University, respectively.

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