Offered to: Class of 2020 and 2021
Prerequisites: Game Theory 101 (Part of the Game Theory course)
Office Hours: By appointment
The objective of the workshop is to learn Game Theory with applications to economic, social, political, business, and legal issues.
Through presentations, scholars build on their understanding of backward induction, Nash equilibrium, self-interest v. collective interest, credible commitment, simultaneous and sequential games of complete and incomplete information, repeated games, game theory in economic development, role of conflict in checks and balances.