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ECON 3308 Game Theory in Economics (Fall/Spring: 3 )


Course Description

This course is an introduction to game theory. Game theory consists of a coherent set of concepts and analytical tools to examine interactive or strategic situations between people, that is, situations where the well being of one actor depends not only what s/he does but also on what others do. Hence in deciding how best to act, each person needs to consider how others are likely to act as well. Game theory has become a widely used tool of analysis in a wide range of disciplines, including economics, business, political science, law and international relations.


Instructor(s): Bertan Turhan, Christopher Maxwell (Spring), Hideo Konishi (Fall) and Tayfun Sonmez

Prerequisites: ECON2201 or ECON2203

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Last Updated: 01-Apr-14