Fixed Points And Economic Equilibria:
This book presents a systematic approach to problems in economic equilibrium based on fixed-point arguments and rigorous set-theoretical (axiomatic) methods. It describes the highest-level research on the classical theme, fixed points and economic equilibria, in the theory of mathematical economics, and also presents basic results in this area, especially in the general equilibrium theory and non-co-operative game theory. The arguments also contain distinguishable developments of the main theme in the homology theory for general topological spaces, in the model theory and mathematical logic, and in the methodology and philosophy of social sciences. It can thus serve as a graduate-level textbook on mathematical economics as well as an advanced monograph for students and researchers who are concerned about rigorous mathematical treatment in the social sciences.