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MATH-345 Introduction to Game Theory (3) Course Level: Undergraduate

Introduction to Game Theory (3) This course explores applications such as auctions, firm competition, and voting with mathematical analysis. It includes Nash equilibrium, subgame perfect equilibrium, evolutionary stability, repeated games, signaling, mechanism design, uncertainty, and behavioral game theory. Crosslist: ECON-345. Usually Offered: fall. Prerequisite: ECON-200, and MATH-211 or MATH-221. Note: This course does not fulfill the University Mathematics Requirement.