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Strategic Thinking (ECON241)

Course description

This course provides rigorous analyses on (1) how intelligent agents, when participating in interactive activities, make choices anticipating the behavior of other intelligent agents, and (2) how a social planner can design rules and institutions to achieve desirable social outcomes, taking into account sophisticated reactions of intelligent agents. Tools in both cooperative and non-cooperative game theories are introduced. More focus is given to applications in political, legal, and economic...


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Graded, 1.0 Credit Units

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