"Because of its comprehensive coverage of the basic topics of real analysis that are of primary interest to economists, this is a much-needed contribution to the current selection of mathematics textbooks for students of economics, and it will be a good addition to any economist's library. It includes a large number of economics applications that will motivate students to learn the math, and its number and variety of exercises--forty to fifty in each chapter--is a further asset."--Susan Elmes, Columbia University
"This book is poised to be a standard reference. Its author gets high marks for care of execution and obvious devotion to, and command of, the topics."--Wei Xiong, Princeton University
"This very well written book displays its author's engaging style, and offers interesting questions between topics that make them entertaining to read through."--Darrell Duffie, Stanford University, author of Dynamic Asset Pricing Theory
"The idea of doing such a math book directed toward graduate students of economics and finance is an excellent one. There are many students who are interested in this topic, and--until now--the existing math books have not directed their examples and exercises toward an economics approach."--Salih Neftci, City University of New York
Efe A. Ok
Efe A. Ok is Associate Professor of Economics at New York University.