The aim of this article is to present trends and tendencies which may be encountered while modelling economic phenomena, processes as well as social interactions, and to illustrate how the above modelling had been shaped over the years. The general theory of mathematical models has its own language which - in the case of economic models - takes its specific, strictly specified form, depending on the nature of described issues.
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