General Information on the Course
This a basic course on Non Cooperative Game Theory, including Normal Form and Extensive Form games.
The class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:15 to 12:30 am, in CSOM 2-219.
The teaching assistant for the course is Vladimir Smirnyagin, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recitation classes are on Thursdays, CSOM 2-219, from 4:00 to 5:15.
The syllabus is below.
Professor ALDO RUSTICHINI
Course: ECON 8003 MICROECONOMIC THEORY
(Non-Cooperative Game Theory)
The course covers the basic notions of Game Theory, Normal Form and Extensive Form games. These are the topics:
There is no specific textbook. References that are going to be used include:
An easier introduction to the course is the textbook of
Joel Watson, Strategy, An Introduction to Game Theory, W.W. Norton and Company. We will refer to this as W.
This book is a good introduction if you are not familiar with some of the basic concepts, but is not adequate to the level of the course.
Grades and Exams
Home-works are going to be assigned on a regular basis, and the solution discussed in class. There is going to be
Homeworks count for 25 per cent of the final grade; the Midterm for 35 per cent; the Final exam for 40 per cent.
The date of the Final Examination for this course is in the last day of class, as you can see in this, Section B, point 5.
Course activity and Homeworks