ECON 199 B2 - Undergraduate Open Seminar - Introduction to Game Theory
Course Information: Approved for both letter and S/U grading. May be repeated. Class Schedule Information: Recommended for students in conjunction with or after having taken ECON 102 and ECON 103.
Game Theory is the study of interactions between people, corporations, institutions, or countries in which each player recognizes their strategic interdependence with the other players in the game. Game Theory examines the possible solutions to games in which the players are each acting in their own self-interest. This course will provide an introduction to the core concepts and solutions along with applications and insights. This course examines a variety of applications in economics and other social sciences. For example, there are applications to price competition, management-labor relations, political elections, international relations, military strategy, legal disputes, household decision-making, and sports contests. ***Course counts within the Global Markets and Society Minor (Global Studies). Course also counts as hours within the Economics Major (doesn't not fulfill a specific requirement). Please check with your advisor to see if the course will count within your curricul
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Course Level: Undergraduate