## ABSTRACT

Originally published in 1985. Mathematical methods and models to facilitate the understanding of the processes of economic dynamics and prediction were refined considerably over the period before this book was written. The field had grown; and many of the techniques involved became extremely complicated. Areas of particular interest include optimal control, non-linear models, game-theoretic approaches, demand analysis and time-series forecasting. This book presents a critical appraisal of developments and identifies potentially productive new directions for research. It synthesises work from mathematics, statistics and economics and includes a thorough analysis of the relationship between system understanding and predictability.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part I|72 pages

Stabilization And Control

part 2|32 pages

Different Games

part III|36 pages

Dynamic Macroeconomic Models

part IV|44 pages

Time Series Analysis And Econometrics