経済動学 / Economic Dynamics

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Contents

  1. News ... announcements. Read this often!
  2. Contents ... this section.
  3. Course Outline and Goals ... general description of this course.
  4. About Me ... professor contacts.
  5. About This Course ... administrative information.
  6. Links to Homework Assignments ... past and future assignments.
  7. Previous Updates ... previously posted news.

Course Outline and Goals

Economic Dynamics studies the "motion" of economic processes: disequilibrium behavior in convergence to equilibrium, growth, irreversible processes like consumption of exhaustible resources, and the acquisition and use of information in dynamic games and finance.

Goals of the course include:

Other topics will be covered according to class interest, time constraint, and the whims of the instructor.


About Me

Stephen Turnbull, Associate Professor
Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering
  Room Phone
Office 3F1234 853-5091
Lab 3E401 853-5174
Office hours To be announced
Email

turnbull@sk.tsukuba.ac.jp

Use this address for non-class communications (about my Zemi, etc.)

Home Page http://turnbull.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp/
Schedule http://turnbull.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp/schedule/

About This Course

社会工学類 / College of Policy and Planning Science
経済動学 / Economic Dynamics
Day/Time Friday, 3rd & 4th (12:15--15:00)
Room 3L202
Home Page http://turnbull.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp/Teach/Dynamics/
Questions dynamics-help@turnbull.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
Homework dynamics-hw@turnbull.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
Texts:

None required. Students who would like to study mathematical treatments should request advice from the instructor.

Optional: Kleinberg & Easley, Networks, Crowds, and Markets


Lecture schedule

The lecture schedule is currently out of date and incomplete. It probably won't change much but will be updated soon. Lectures 1 and 2 are accurate.

Wk Date Link
1 Oct. 7 Lecture 1: Introduction to Economic Dynamics: Microeconomics and basic differential equations.
2 Oct. 14 Canceled due to accident.
3 Oct. 21 Lecture 2: Introduction to modern economic growth theory: Robert Solow's pure dynamic model.
4 Oct. 28 Lecture 3: Implications of Solow's model.
5 Nov. 2 Lecture 4: Technological progress in growth models. Exhaustible resources. Note: Wednesday, not Friday!
6 Nov. 11 Midterm examination and Lecture 5
7 Nov. 18 Lecture 6
8 Nov. 25 Lecture 7
9 Dec. 2 Lecture 8
10 Dec. 9 Lecture 9
11 Dec. 16 Final examination