Mark Dean

Microeconomic Analysis II - Game Theory and Information Economics

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G5212 is the second semester course in the microeconomics sequence for the MA program. It consists of two halves: Game Theory (first half) and Information Economics (second half). Please email me if you spot any typos.

Syllabus Part 1 Syllabus Part 2

GAME THEORY: Lecture 1 (Intro) Lecture 2 (Dominance) Lecture 3 (Rationalizability) Lecture 4 (Nash 1) Lecture 5 (Nash 2) Lecture 6 (Dynamic Games 1) Lecture 7 (Dynamic Games 2) Lecture 8 (Bargaining adn Repeated Games) Lecture 9 (Bayesian Games) Lecture 10 (Auctions) Lecture 11 (Weak Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium)

INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION ECONOMICS

ADVERSE SELECTION: Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Lecture 4

SIGNALLING: Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3

Department of Economics

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