November 21, 2008, 11:09 am
Filed under: random

This is an advanced course in game theory. Students will learn the mathematical foundations of non-cooperative and cooperative game theory, and be exposed to the application of game-theoretic models to various fields in economics, including labor economics, macroeconomics, international economics, social choice and industrial organisation. Multi-stage repeated games with or without perfect imperfect will be discussed in the course. Students will learn the solution concept of Perfect Bayesian Nash equilibrium, and apply it to solve for a broad class of games of incomplete information.


WOW, smu offfer game theory as a course. i thought it was PART of the course.


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