Courses Exchange Display 2020-2021
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|Course title||Theory of Individual and Strategic Decisions|
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|Language of instruction||English|
Participants learn the analytical tools to model and analyse individual and strategic decision problems.
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The course introduces the tools which are necessary to model and analyse individual and strategic decisions. Thereby we do not only introduce the canonical theories but also add some non-standard behavioural approaches. In the first part we treat individual decisions (decision theory), in the second part we deal with strategic decisions (game theory).
Tadelis, S. (2013). Game theory: an introduction. Princeton University Press.
Rubinstein, A. (2012). Lecture notes in microeconomic theory: the economic agent. Princeton University Press.
Bonanno, G. (2015). Game theory. Open access textbook (free download).
There is no formal prerequisites. However students are expected to have a minimum level of familiarity with basic undergraduate mathematics and statistics.
|Teaching methods||PBL / Presentation / Lecture / Assignment|
|Assessment methods||Participation / Written Exam|
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