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The Chinese University of Hong Kong
This course introduces basic tools of game theoretic analysis and their applications in economics. We will cover basic equilibrium concepts in strategic and extensive games, Bayesian games, dynamic games with incomplete information, and repeated games. Applications will include strategic voting, auction and bargaining.
-Homework 10% -Group project 20% -Midterm exam 30% -Final exam 40%
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Undergraduate level game theory
50% assignment + 20% midterm + 30% final
Epistemic game theory. Involves strategies and epistemic patterns.
50% assignment, 20% mid-term, 30% final.
two midterm, one in class final
Game Theory under perfect/imperfect information, solve NE, BNE, SPE..etc
Covers dynamic and static games with complete and incomplete information. Requires some knowledge of calculus.
20% coursework; 30% midterm, 50% final exam
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