This class was tough.
This was by far the most challenging course during my Economic major. This course covers strategic interactions between two or more parties, in various market situations! This course relies heavily on logic, and calculus.
This course is intriguing because it not only requires excellent understanding of microeconomics, but also introduces behavioral economics (which is a branch of economics highly coinciding with psychology). A very exciting aspect of the course in my opinion was that this course relied on real-life examples.
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Advice for students:
My advice would be to take this course seriously from the beginning. It may seem fairly easy as it starts, but it picks up very quickly. Do your homework on time, and pay attention in class - you'll be fine!