ECON414-0401 Spring 2011 Syllabus

ECON414-0401 Spring 2011 Syllabus - ECON 414 Game Theory...

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Unformatted text preview: ECON 414 Game Theory Spring, 2011 Professor Robert M. Schwab Tydings 4106B 301-405-3487 schwab@econ.umd.edu Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 2-3:30 Ron Chan Tydings 4115A 301-405-3517 chan@econ.umd.edu Office hours: Monday 2-3:30 and Wednesday 12:30-2:00 Course Description This course is an introduction to game theory. Game theory has become an essential part of nearly all fields of economics over the last 30 years. It also plays an important role in other fields including political science, management, psychology, and biology. Required Text The text for the class is Games, Strategies, and Decision Making by Joseph E. Harrington, Jr. Academic Integrity The University of Maryland, College Park has a nationally recognized Code of Academic Integrity , administered by the Student Honor Council. This Code sets standards applicable to all undergraduate students, and you are responsible for upholding these standards as you complete assignments and take exams in this course. Please make yourself aware of the consequences of cheating, fabrication, and plagiarism. For more information see www.studenthonorcouncil.umd.edu Canvas Our class has been chosen to pilot Canvas. Canvas is very similar to Blackboard. The URL for the class Canvas site is https://umd.instructure.com/login . I do not think it will be at all difficult for you to navigate Canvas if you are comfortable with Blackboard....
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ECON414-0401 Spring 2011 Syllabus - ECON 414 Game Theory...

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