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Economics progrms written in Mathematica

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  • Thomasc Cool
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    The program Mathematica is being discoverd by economists. The present author has written a number of programs in Mathematica over the last few years. These may help to provide a working and teaching environment. See also his home page http://www.can.nl/~cool. Note: the present paper is in Word for Windows, to allow for wider circulation.

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    Software component provided by EconWPA in its series Computer Programs with number 9508001.

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    Date of creation: 14 Aug 1995
    Date of revision: 22 Jul 1996
    Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwppr:9508001

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