This course is an introduction to the science of strategic thinking. Basics of non-cooperative game theory will be covered, and applied to a variety of topics. These topics may include collective action problems; situations involving adverse selection, signaling or moral hazard; strategic voting; auctions and bidding behavior; bargaining; and competitive markets.
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