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Solutions Manual for Recursive Methods in Economic Dynamics

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$37.00 • £29.95 • €33.50

ISBN 9780674008885

Publication Date: 01/30/2003

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304 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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This solutions manual is a valuable companion volume to the classic textbook Recursive Methods in Economic Dynamics by Nancy L. Stokey, Robert E. Lucas, Jr., and Edward C. Prescott. The exercises in the Stokey et al. book are integral to the text, and thus, a reader cannot fully appreciate the text without understanding the results developed in the exercises. This manual provides detailed answers to the central exercises in Recursive Methods.

The authors’ selection of exercises is designed to maximize the reader’s understanding of Recursive Methods. Solutions are presented to every question in the core chapters on recursive methods, as well as most questions from the chapters on mathematical background. Some questions from the chapters on applications of these techniques to economic models have been reserved so as to provide instructors with a crucial “test bank” of questions.

Efficient and lucid in approach, this manual will greatly enhance the value of Recursive Methods as a text for self-study.

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