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Unformatted text preview: , D. Stahl, 2008, available at CBA, (required). Thinking Strategically , Avinish Dixit and Barry Nalebluff, Norton, 1991 (optional). Fun and Games , Ken Binmore, Heath, 1992 (advanced reference). Grading: Homework 10%; two exams 30% each; Final 30%. Exam I: February 15 Exam II: April 12 A:[93,100]; A-:[90,93); B+: [87,90); B:[83,87); B-:[80,83); C+:[77,80]; C:[73,77); C-:[70,73); D+: [67,70); D:[63,67); D-:[60,63). Course Outline: Week 1 LN0, D26 Review of Probability Theory 2 LN1, D2.1-2.3 Decisions Under Certainty 3-4 LN2, D27,2.4 Decisions Under Uncertainty 5 LN3, D1,2 Games as Extended Decision Problems 6-7 LN4, D11,13,19 Games with Perfect Information 8-9 LN5, D3-5,8 Games with Imperfect Information 10-11 LN7, D20,22,24 Games with Private Information 13-14 LN6, D14,15 Repeated Games 15 LN8 Bounded Rationality and Learning Office Hours: BRB 3.134F, tba TA: Jonathan Lhost, BRB 4.116, tba...
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course ECON 354 taught by Professor Econ during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.
- Spring '11
- Game Theory