Welcome - Strategic Behaviour in Economics ECON 3600   Strategic Behaviour in Economics
Many economic questions (such as price competition, tax policy, research and development decision, bargaining) can be interpreted as games, in which each player's action affects payoffs of other players. The students learn how to recognize various strategic interactions in economics, and how to evaluate the outcomes of such interactions.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: ECON 2200.03 (or ECON 2210.03 or ECON 2220.03), MATH 1000.03 or equivalent with minimum grades of C