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ECON 6330 - Game Theory

Credits: (3)
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem
Description: This course is an introduction to game theory, the study of strategic behavior among parties having opposed, mixed, or similar interests. This course will sharpen your understanding of strategic behavior in encounters with other individuals. You will learn how to recognize and model strategic situations, to predict when and how your actions will influence the decisions of others and to exploit strategic situations for your own benefit. The graduate version of the course includes advanced readings from academic literature and other assignments for a more in-depth review of game theory concepts.
Pre-requisite(s): Admission to the MA in Peace, Development, and Social Transformation and the leveling requirements associated with admission to that program, and ECON 2010  Principles of Microeconomics



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