040827 UK Game Theory and Information Economics (MA) (2021S)
Alternatively, you can prepare by studying chapters 2, 3, 5 and 7 from the book 'An Introduction to Game Theory' by Kokesen & Ok (2007).In any case, try to solve the following problem set as a self assessment to see whether you are fit for this course.
- Registration is open from Th 11.02.2021 09:00 to Mo 22.02.2021 12:00
- Registration is open from Th 25.02.2021 09:00 to Fr 26.02.2021 12:00
- Deregistration possible until We 31.03.2021 23:59
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End-Term: Thursday, July 1, 09.45 - 13.00 hStudents wishing to do so, will be offered a "makeup possibility” for the final exam. The date for this makeup will be in September. This makeup exam will be counted instead of the final, hence the grade can be improved and worsened.
Fudenberg, D. and J. Tirole. 1991. Game Theory. MIT Press
Mas-Colell, A., M.D. Whinston and J.R. Green. 1995. Microeconomic Theory. Oxford University Press (only selected chapters)
Osborne Rubinstein book: