syllabus-Spring2008

syllabus-Spring2008 - Prof Huanxing Yang Office Hours...

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1 Prof. Huanxing Yang e-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Thursdays 1:30pm-3:30pm, 405 Arps Hall Phone: 614-292-6523 Economics 601: Game Theory Spring 2008 The objective of this course is to introduce you to game-theoretic reasoning and show its usefulness in understanding social phenomena. Game theory represents an important and essential step in the development of appropriate mathematical tools for analyzing social phenomena. The pre-requisite of this course is Econ 201 (Principle of Microeconomics), though a background of Econ 501 (Intermediate Microeconomics) is preferred. This course does not require advanced calculus, but it will be challenging conceptually. Teaching Assistant Shinya Horie 321 Arps Hall 292-2087; [email protected] Required text Joseph Harrington. Solving Strategic Situations: Learning the Logic of Game Theory , Worth Publishers, forthcoming. The textbook is yet to be published. A course pack can be obtained from the Uniprint copy center on campus. Grades
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