ECON 437 ONL - Game Theory
Explores game theory and strategic decision making. Game theory is the study of strategic interaction where one person's actions affect the actions of others. Introduces students to the tools for modeling and solving problems with strategic interaction. Will cover topics such as Nash equilibrium, dominance, voting, bargaining, auction, adverse selection, each of which have broad applications in economics, politics, psychology, and everyday life. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: ECON 202; ECON 302; MATH 220/MATH 221 are required. ECON 203; MATH 231 are recommended.
This course is fully online, and students do not need to be on-campus to complete this course. Students are responsible for securing access to a reliable internet connection and a reliable computer with Microsoft Excel prior the beginning of this course. The instructor will provide more information to registered students the first day of class.
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Course Level: Graduate