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Un curso rápido de cálculo estocástico para aplicaciones a modelos económicos (primera parte)


  • Ulises Carcamo Carcamo


  • Javier Arbelaez


La importancia de las ecuaciones diferenciales estocásticas y, en general elcálculo estocástico, en las ciencias económicas no ha sido resaltada suficientemente en nuestro medio. A diferencia de las aplicaciones financieras, que han sido ampliamente difundidas, las aplicaciones de otras áreas de la economía son prácticamente desconocidas en nuestro entorno académico. Este curso elemental es una invitación a conformar grupos interdisciplinarios de estudiosos de la matemática y las ciencias económicas para abordar tales aplicaciones.

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  • Ulises Carcamo Carcamo & Javier Arbelaez, 2004. "Un curso rápido de cálculo estocástico para aplicaciones a modelos económicos (primera parte)," Revista Semestre Económico, Universidad de Medellín, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:col:000217:005594

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