Special Issue "Mathematical Models of Economic Systems"
A special issue of Systems (ISSN 2079-8954).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 May 2019) | Viewed by 9010
Interests: Optimization Methods; Optimal Control Theory
Interests: system dynamics; systems engineering; modelling; simulation
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Mathematical methods for solving economics and management problems are becoming more and more common. Not only are they used for the description of general theories in these social sciences, but also for practical tasks of management and optimization. They are behind the information systems that drive the running of large manufacturing, commercial and transport companies. Mathematical methods require the formulation of precise assumptions and the logical justification of each step of the process when solving problems. They provide a solid foundation for the further development and refinement of knowledge in economics or management. From another point of view, it can be stated that mathematical methods allow the emergence of models that can serve empirical testing and their adaptation to specific conditions.
Economics and management are dynamic areas that require the constant adaptation of knowledge to new conditions. Social developments bring about new phenomena that require new theories or new solutions. Mathematical methods are rich enough to provide the basis for this dynamic knowledge.
The aim of this Special Issue is to provide the opportunity for all researchers in the field of the application of mathematical methods in economics and management to attempt to streamline existing methods and refine existing models or design new methods and develop new models.
Topics include but are not limited to:
- Econometric models
- Financial modelling
- Economic theories
- Numeric simulations
- Agent-based simulations
- System dynamics simulations
- Optimization methods
- Operational research
- Case studies
- Empirical verification
- Economic growth
- Models of sustainability
- Complex systems
Dr. Pavel Pražák
Dr. Vladimír Bureš
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