ECON-602 Microeconomics II
Spring for 2017-2018
Faculty:
This is the Game Theory part of the compulsory Micro sequence. The course
begins with Normal Form Games, rationalizability and Nash equilibrium. It
then covers Extensive Form Games and a variety of refinements of Nash
equilibrium, including Sequential Equilibrium. A module of the class is
spent focusing on Auction Theory, before moving to finitely and infinitely
Repeated Games. Both Nash Bargaining and alternating-offers bargaining are
covered in some depth, while Principal-Agent theory is covered as time
permits from year to year.
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: Prerequisite ECON-601
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