Introduction to game theory with applications to political science, economics and sociology. Topics include preference theory, expected utility theory, Nash equilibria, subgame perfection, repeated games, folk theorems, and evolutionary stability.

Prerequisites/Rules:
Restriction: Must not have completed ECON414. Credit only granted for: GVPT399A, GVPT390, CMSC474 or ECON414. Formerly: GVPT399A.
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular, Pass-Fail, Audit

Course Offerings

Spring 2022Instructor: Piotr SwistakView: Syllabus
Spring 2019Instructor: Piotr SwistakView: Syllabus
Fall 2018Instructor: Piotr SwistakView: Syllabus
Spring 2018Instructor: Piotr SwistakView: Syllabus
Fall 2017Instructor: Piotr SwistakView: Syllabus
Spring 2017Instructor: Piotr SwistakView: Syllabus
Spring 2016Instructor: Piotr Swistak
Fall 2015Instructor: Piotr Swistak