as of 11/21/2019 |

**GAME THEORY** |

Country - Partner Institution - Programs: | Japan - Waseda University - 'Waseda University' |

UC Course Subject | Economics |

Number & Suffix: | 111 |

Full UC Title: | GAME THEORY |

Transcript Title: | GAME THEORY |

UC QTR Units - Division: | 3.0 - Upper Division |

Course Description: | Game theory is the mathematical analysis of strategic decision making. The bulk of the course is organized around classes of "games" (representations of strategic environments). For each class of games we will develop and learn to use one or more "solution concepts" (methods of deriving predictions). Topics: Nash Equilibrium and Prisoner's Dilemma, applications of Nash Equilibrium, Bayesian Games and Bayesian Nash Equilibrium, Rationalizability and Iterated Dominance; Minmax Theorem.
Text: AN INTRODUCTION TO GAME THEORY by Martin J. Osborne.
Assessment: exams and problem sets. |

Language of Instruction: | English |

Partner Title: | GAME THEORY |

Partner University Department: | Economics |

Partner University Course Number: | ECNA312L |