ECON 433 - Games and Strategic Behavior
This course is designed to investigate those scenarios where agent’s choices are made in the presence of strategic motives, i.e. an agent’s optimal decision is dependent on the choices of others within the environment. The participants (players) within these types of strategic scenarios (games) need not be individuals; they can be firms, political parties, tribes, nations, etc. Prerequisite(s): ECON 308 or ECON 309 or consent of instructor.
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