SDS 392M SDS 392M. Computational Economics. 3 Hours.
Introduction to the development and solution of economic models of growth, macroeconomic fluctuations, environmental economics, financial economics, general equilibrium models, game theory, and industrial economics. Includes neural nets, genetic algorithms and agent-based methods, and stochastic control theory applied to a variety of economic topics. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Statistics and Data Sciences 392M and Statistics and Scientific Computation 392M may not both be counted. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.