# Mathematics in Economics Graduate Programs — Internet Resources

## Lecture Notes

- Math Camp Notes, Department of Economics, Yale University
- Economics 519 Lecture Notes (Mark Walker, University of Arizona)
- This is a link to the lecture notes for
Economics 519, taught by Mark Walker,
Karl Eller Professor of Economics at the University
of Arizona.
- Economics 204: Mathematical Tools for Economists (Robert M. Anderson, University of California, Berkeley)
- This is a link to the lecture notes for Economics 204
taught in 2009 by
Robert M. Anderson,
Professor Emeritus of Economics and of Mathematics at the
University of California, Berkeley.
- Economics 204: Mathematical Tools for Economists (Chris Shannon, University of California, Berkeley)
- This is a link to the lecture notes for Economics 204
taught in 2011 by
Chris Shannon,
Richard and Lisa Steiny Professor of Economics and of Mathematics at the
University of California, Berkeley.
- ECON 2001: Introduction to Mathematical Methods (Luca Rigotti, University of Pittsburgh)
- This is a link to the lecture notes for ECON 2001:
Introduction to Mathematical Methods,
the Pitt economics summer math camp taught in 2015 by
Luca Rigotti,
Associate Professor in the Department of Economics
at the University of Pittsburgh.
- Mathematics for Economists (Reinhard John, Universität Bonn)
- Available at this link are lecture notes for a module delivered
by Dr Reinhard John
at the University of Bonn in the Winter Semester 2011/12.
- Game Theory with Engineering Applications (Asu Ozdaglar, MIT)
- Available at this link are lecture notes for a a lecture
course in game theory delivered by Prof. Asu Ozdaglar at MIT
in Spring 2010, made avaible through MIT OpenCourseWare