Concentrations: Economic Analysis and Quantitative Methods
This course provides students with an introduction to game theory. It covers the four main types of games: (1) static games of complete information, (2) dynamics games of complete information, (3) static games of incomplete information, and (4) dynamic games of incomplete information. Numerous applications and topics are explored including asymmetric information, moral hazard, bargaining and auctions. Examples are drawn from economics, political science, and biology as well as other fields depending on student interest.