Theories of Individual and Collective Choice I

POLITICAL SCIENCE 505

This course provides an introduction to non-cooperative game theory and its applications to research in political science. Technical topics covered include Nash equilibrium, dominance, backward induction, subgame perfection, repeated games, Bayesian Nash equilibrium, and perfect Bayesian equilibrium. Applications include electoral competition, bargaining, cheap talk, and agency models.
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Section 01

Theories of Individual and Collective Choice I
INSTRUCTOR: Schnakenberg
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Section A

Theories of Individual and Collective Choice I
INSTRUCTOR: Schnakenberg
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