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ECON 3100 - Game Theory W (3-1) [0.50]

The course introduces students to non-cooperative game theory, which is an important method of analysis for economics situations involving small numbers of interacting economic agents. The course is centered on the concept of Nash equilibrium, and applies this equilibrium concept to static and dynamic games with full as well as incomplete information. The purpose of the course is to enable students to take any economic situation, find an economic model (game) that depicts the incentives facing the participants, and analyze the game to predict the behaviour of the economic agents.