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by Tonu Puu

eBook Nonlinear Economic Dynamics download ISBN: 0387561455
Author: Tonu Puu
Publisher: Springer Verlag; Revised, Subsequent edition (December 1, 1992)
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Die Deutsche Bibliothek - Puu, Tonu: Nonlinear economic dynamics, Tonu Pu. The focus thus shifted from the dynamic aspect of spatial issues to nonlinearity in dynamical processes in economics in general.

Die Deutsche Bibliothek - Puu, Tonu: Nonlinear economic dynamics, Tonu Puu. - . compo rev. and enl. ed. - Berlin; Heidelberg; New York; Barcelona; Budapest; Hong Kong; London; Milan; Paris; Santa Clara; Singapore; Tokyo: Springer, 1997.

Nonlinear Economic Dynamics. The present study is a preliminary draft on nonlinear economic dynamics, with which the author has been concerned the last years. price for USA in USD (gross). It grew out from the joint work by Professor Martin Beckmann and the present author on nonlinear statics in spatial economics, Beckmann and Puu, "Spatial Economics" (North-Holland 1985). The monograph mentioned contains sections on price waves and business cycles, but in a linear format. The rest is static theory. The present study deals with nonlinear economic dynamics, with which the author has been concerned the last years

Nonlinear Economic Dynamics. The present study deals with nonlinear economic dynamics, with which the author has been concerned the last years. It grew out from the joint work by Professor Martin Beckmann and the present author on nonlinear statics in spatial economics, Beckmann and Pull, "Spatial Economics" (N orth-Holland 1985), later followed by its companion, Beckmann and Puu "Spatial Structures" (Springer-Verlag 1990). The first mono­ graph mentioned contains sections on price waves and business cycles, but in a linear format.

The present study deals with nonlinear economic dynamics, with which the author has been concerned the last years.

In book: Nonlinear economic dynamics, Publisher: Nova, p. -12. Cite this publication. the study of global dynamics even though they were not developed for this purpose. 4 T. Puu. Introduction.

Part II Nonlinear Economic Dynamics. Expectations, Firms’ Indebtedness and Business Fluctuations in a Structural Keynesian Monetary Growth Framework. Matthieu Charpe, Peter Flaschel, Christian R. Proaño and Willi Semmler. The second part of the book containing six chapters deals with Nonlinear Eco-nomic Dynamics, the area of Economic Theory that mostly attracted Carl’s interest. R. Dieci Dipartimento di Matematica, Università di Bologna, Piazza di Porta San Donato, 5, 40126 Bologna, Italy e-mail: roberto. He. (B. ) UTS Business School, University of Technology, Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia e-mail: tony.

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Essential dynamics had, however, been almost com­ pletely lacking in these works, and the urge to focus the dynamic issues was great.

This book inquires into the non-linear dynamics in mathematical economic modelling. The formation of spatial patterns, like market areas, trade flows, and settlement structures are studied. The basic approach is to study the qualitative features of the structurally stable pattern by means of the generic theory of differential equations, as well as their transformations by means of catastrophe theory. The main part dwells on business cycle theory, using a family of non-linear multiplier accelerator models put in the spatial setting by inter-regional trade. The models are capable of producing sustained frequency locked oscillation, quasi-periodicity, and chaos. A mixture of analytical methods, like perturbation analysis, and heuristic simulations are used. The 3rd edition has been thoroughly revised and considerably expanded, in particular with reference to the study of chaotic behaviour.