ECON-370 Game Theory
Analyzes the strategic interaction between parties. Normal and extensive form games will be studied, with discussions of dominant and mixed strategies, Nash Equilibrium, and incentive compatibility. This course has applications to economic decision making, industrial organization, bargaining and negotiation, and political science. Prerequisites: An introductory statistics course, ECON-202 or ECON-105, or instructor's permission. 4 SH. CC: Writing Intensive.