Adam Ostaszewski is currently Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at the London School of Economics. He teaches matematical methods appropriate to economic theory (including game thoery and control theory) and special topic courses to graduates and undergraduates. His main research interets include set-theoretic topology and theoretical economics, concentrating on mathematical problems ansd spanning a wide field of applications.
1. Sets and Numbers.
2. Matrices and Vectors.
3. Modelling Consumer Choice.
4. Discrete Variables.
7. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors.
1. Limits and Their Uses.
2. Continuity and Its Uses.
3. Uses of the Derivative.
4. Continuous Compounding and Exponential Growth.
5. Partial Differentiation.
6. The Gradient.
7. Taylor's Theorem - An Approximation Tool.
8. Optimisation in Two Variables.
9. Economic Dynamics: Differential Equations.