1607214 INTRODUCTION TO GAME THEORY AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Course Description :

Prerequisite: (1607210)

The course analyzes strategic problems, zero-sum games, non-zero sum games, minmax and maxmin strategies, mixed strategies, dominant solvability, Nash equilibrium, one stage games, extensive form games and backward induction, sub-game perfect equilibrium, repeated games, games with incomplete information, and signaling games, economic applications for Game Theory.    

Department :Business Economics
Program :Bachelor of Business Economics
Course Level :Bachelor
Course Outline :
Introduction to Game Theory and its Applications.pdf    
 

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Department of Business Economics

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