This course introduces you to the basics of game theory and reviews different types of games which are widely used in practice. It also considers the various solution concepts of games and how they can be applied to solve problems occurring in economics and other scientific disciplines. Through an in depth studies of different types of games you will develop comprehensive knowledge of the many concepts prevalent in game theory, as well as possessing a set of useful tools which will enable you to apply such knowledge in real world contexts. You will appreciate the impact that game theory has made, and will continue to make, in many fields of scientific and other human endeavours. The course provides a strong foundation for those students wishing to study more advanced level courses in game theory.
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All relevant course materials are included.
Pen/pencil and notebook.