The Use of Mathematics in Economics

Edited by V. S. Nemchinov and A. Nove

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This volume, containing papers by the three Lenin Prizewinners and others, ushers in a whole new ear in Soviet economic policy. The authors, who are economists and mathematicians, treat mathematics as a tool on calculating balances for the economy as a whole, in analyzing the relationships between different branches of the economy, and in working out optimum plans for the use of available resources and production reserves in a socialist economy.

This important landmark in Soviet economic thought, will be profound interest to applied mathematicians, economic planners, statisticians, and Western students concerned with problems of economic planning.

Hardcover

Out of Print ISBN: 9780262140034 377 pp. |

Editors

V. S. Nemchinov

A. Nove