ECON 318

Game Theory

An introduction to the basic concepts of game theory with emphasis on strategic interaction in the real world. Strategic interaction affects every facet of life; from businesses jockeying for dominance in a marketplace, to politicians vying for re-election, to nations in international conflict. The class studies solution concepts for an array of games from different fields of study. Offered every Spring.

Prerequisite: ECON 101 or ECON 111

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