Physical Modeling of economic systems
Methods of theoretical physics, classical mechanics and quantum mechanics are used to develop classical and quantum models of economies and to derive their equations of motion that describe economy evolution in time, namely, Lagrange and Schrödinger equations correspondingly. The book is intended to economists and physicists interested in formal economics background.
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