Christos A. Ioannou

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Strategic Interactions

Here is a link to my syllabus.

Topic 1: Logic and Set Notation, History of Game Theory [1] [2]

Topic 2: Nash Equilibrium: Theory

Topic 3: Nash Equilibrium: Illustrations

Topic 4: Mixed Strategy Equilibrium (Homework 1 - due January)

Topic 5: Extensive Games with Perfect Information: Theory

Topic 6: Extensive Games with Perfect Information: Illustrations (Homework 2 - due February)

Topic 7: Extensive Games with Perfect Information: Extensions and Discussion (Homework 3 - due March)

Topic 8: Bayesian Games (Homework 4 - due March)

Topic 9: Extensive Games with Imperfect Information (Homework 5 - due April)

Topic 10: Repeated Games: The Prisoner's Dilemma (Homework 6 - due April)

Topic 11: Adaptive Learning Models [1] [2] [3]