Economics 504:

Game Theory with Economic and Financial Applications (4.0 units)

Students will cover large ground in applying game theory to economic and financial markets and interactions in a diverse set of examples like reputation, herding, bubbles and crashes, auctions, strategic information revelation and information accumulation in markets. We will witness the wide range of applications that is amenable to game theoretical analysis.
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
26181D001Lecture12:00-1:50pmMon, Wed18 of 35Yilmaz KocerKAP145session dates
Information accurate as of October 3, 2018 10:51 am.
Courses in summer session 1 (May 19 – June 29) will be taught mostly online. Some in-person courses will be offered in the summer session 2 (June 30 – August 10). To verify whether the course will be taught remotely or in-person, please locate the course in the Schedule of Classes and check under the Location column. Additional information regarding summer is available. Read more »