Plan Cours Game Theory 2006-2007 Koessler

Plan Cours Game Theory 2006-2007 Koessler - Game Theory...

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Game Theory 2006/2007 Frederic KOESSLER Objective Game theory has become an essential tool to understand interactive decision situations in economics and management, and in many other social, behavioural and political sciences. This course presents the main concepts and results of non-cooperative game theory, ranging from static to dynamic games and from complete to incomplete information settings. It also offers a short introduction to cooperative game theory. The aim is to provide an introduction to the main modelling tools (strategic form and extensive form games) and solution concepts (Nash equilibrium, dominance, subgame perfection …). Each new concept and theoretical point is presented with the aid of examples, and lots of illustrations show how the theory can be used in specific applications. While concepts and logical reasoning are sometimes presented formally, the course assumes no specific knowledge of economic theory and mathematics. Evaluation
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2011 for the course ECONOMICS gt512 taught by Professor Breviart during the Spring '10 term at Télécom Paris.

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