JEM013 - Game Theory

Credit: 6
Status: CFS - elective
EEI and EP - elective
ET - mandatory
F,FM and B - elective
Masters - all
MEF - elective
Semester - summer
Course supervisors: doc. PhDr. Martin Gregor Ph.D.
prof. Ing. Karel Janda M.A., Dr., Ph.D.
Course homepage: JEM013
Literature: (G) R. Gibbons. "Game Theory For Applied Economists." Princeton University Press. 1992.

(S) O. Shy. "Industrial Organization. Theory and Applications." MIT Press, 1995.

(BM) P. Belleflamme and M. Peitz. "Industrial Organization. Markets and Strategies." Cambridge University Press. 2015.

(MWG) A. Mas-Colell, M. Whinston, and J. Green. "Microeconomic Theory." Oxford University Press. 1995.

Lecture and Seminar Material.
Description: The course provides a graduate level introduction to game theory and its applications to the industrial organization. After completion of the course the students will become familiar with concepts of Nash equilibrium, Subgame Perfect Nash equilibrium and Bayesian Nash equilibrium. The lectures and practical sessions will provide understanding of how firms compete under complete and incomplete information, why firms provide differentiated products and why firms advertise.


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