ECON 4108: Advanced Game Theory and Applications

4 Credits

For Econ B.S. students only. Games. Normal form, extensive form. Wars of attrition. Games of timing. Bargaining applications in industrial organization, macroeconomics, international economics. prereq: ECON 3101, 3102, MATH 1271, MATH 1272 [or equiv courses]; and two 4xxx level ECON electives.

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