I plan to self-study, at an undergraduate level, Mathematical Economics. It covers 3 main topics
Introduction to economy science
Each of these have lots of sub-topics. And the recommended books are
Microeconomic Theory: Basic Principles and Extensions by Walter Nicholson, Christopher Snyder
Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics by Chiang & Wainwright
Macroeconomics in the Global Economy by Jeffrey D. Sachs, Felipe Larrain
Intermediate Microeconomics: A Modern Approach by Hal R. Varian
What's the overview of these books for an undergraduate course?
Are they good for self-study? If not, could you recommend books to cover the mentioned topics for self-study?
What's a Mathematical Economics course like? One of my statistics professor once said that is not a difficult course but there are like tons of concepts that one needs to memorize and there remains its complexity.