The Current State of Research on Dynamic Economics, A Review Article of Giancarlo Gandolfo's, Economic Dynamics, third edition
This article is a book review of the recent third edition of Giancarlo Gandolfo's well known book, Economic Dynamics. His book has been updated to include extensive background on modern mathematical methods in discrete time and continuous time dynamic analysis.
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