Game Theory in Economics
Provides a game theoretic perspective on interactions between economic agents, covering a variety of game-theoretic modelling techniques and their applications. Topics will generally include: normal and extensive form games; Nash equilibrium and refinements; repeated and sequential games; learning and evolution in games; the Nash bargaining solution; and co-operative games.
- Credit will be granted for only one of ECON 550, ECON 540A.
Graduate course in the Economics program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.