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source: BilkentUniversitesi 2018年2月9日

ECON 439 Game Theory I

Department of Economics

Bilkent University

This course is an introduction to the theory of games. Games theory provides a set of analytical tools that can be used to model the interactions of decision-makers (consumers, firms, politicians, government, etc). The course introduces the basic theory of noncooperative game theory. A variety of applications will be discussed.

Lecture 01: Introduction

Lecture 02: Introduction to Strategic Form Games

Lecture 03: Modeling Games in Strategic Form

Lecture 04: Modeling Games in Strategic Form (cont'd)

Lecture 05: Strictly Dominant & Dominant Strategy Solution Concept

Lecture 06: Pareto Efficiency

Lecture 07: Best Response Correspondence & (strictly) Dominant Strategies

Lecture 08: Best Response Correspondence & (strictly) Dominant Strategies (cont'd)

Lecture 09: Best Response Correspondence

Lecture 10: Iterated Elimination of Dominated Strategies & Cournot's Oligopoly

Lecture 11: Iterated Elimination of Strictly Dominated Strategies in Cournot's Duopoly

Lecture 12: Nash Solution Concept

Lecture 13: Pareto Efficiency in Cournot's Duopoly

Lecture 14: Bertrand's Duopoly

Lecture 15: Nash Existence Theorem

Lecture 16: Nash Existence Theorem - Provision of a Public Good

Lecture 17: Contributing to a Public Good

Lecture 18: Mixed Strategy Extension of Games

Lecture 19: Mixed Strategy Nash Solutions

Lecture 20: Review I

Lecture 21: Review II

Lecture 22: Best Response Correspondences in Mixed Extension Game

Lecture 23: Finding Nash Solutions of Mixed Extension Games

Lecture 24: Mixed Strategy Nash Solution I

Lecture 25: Mixed Strategy Nash Solution II

Lecture 26: Correlated Solution Concept I

Lecture 27: Correlated Solution Concept II

Lecture 28: Correlated Solution Concept III

Lecture 29: Correlated Solution Concept IV

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