Oriol Tejada Pinyol: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2019
|Name||Mr Oriol Tejada Pinyol|
|Department||Management, Technology, and Economics|
|363-0558-00L||Introduction to Game Theory: Strategic and Cooperative Thinking|
It is recommended to take 363-0503-00L Principles of Microeconomics first.
|3 credits||2G||O. Tejada Pinyol|
|Abstract||Noncooperative and Cooperative Game Theory, concepts and applications|
|Objective||The goal of the lecture is to learn how to think strategically or cooperatively and to apply the concepts |
of game theory to economic, social, political and business situations.
|Content||Part 1: Strategic Thinking (Noncooperative Game Theory)|
Thinking in static and dynamic games with complete and incomplete information
Part 2: Cooperative Thinking (Cooperative Game Theory)
Thinking in repeated and cooperative games.
|Lecture notes||For inquiries and questions regarding the course organization please send an email to Dr. Oriol Tejada (email@example.com).|
|Literature||Davis (1997): Game Theory: A Nontechnical Introduction. Courier Dover Publications|
Dixit and Nalebuff (1991): Thinking Strategically. W.W. Norton & Company
Fudenberg and Tirole (1991): Game Theory. MIT Press
Gibbons (1992): Game Theory for applied economists. Princeton University Press
Mas-Collel et al. (1995): Microeconomic Theory. Oxford University Press
Myerson (1992): Game Theory: Analysis of Conflict. Havard University Press
Osborne (2003): An Introduction to Game Theory. Oxford University Press
Watson (2002): Strategy: An Introduction in Game Theory. W.W. Norton & Company
|Prerequisites / Notice||The lecture will be in English.|