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


  • Ulises Carcamo Carcamo


  • Javier Arbeláez


El curso continúa. Acá presentamos la fórmula de Ito extendida a n dimensiones y el concepto de Ecuación Diferencial Estocástica, en forma Matricial-vectorial. Se resuelve el caso lineal como caso especial y se aplica a la solución del modelo de Solow. Se añade un apéndice sobre la teoríade los sistemas de ecuaciones lineales con el fin de ayudar a entender la última parte

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  • Ulises Carcamo Carcamo & Javier Arbeláez, 2005. "Un curso rápido de cálculo estocástico para aplicaciones a modelos económicos (segunda parte)," Revista Semestre Económico, Universidad de Medellín, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:col:000217:005606

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