Game Theory and Behavioral Economics
David K. Levine
This is a course covering basic graduate level game theory with an
emphasis on behavioral issues and applications. There are five lectures;
the slides for each lecture are linked below. There are also
supplementary or optional reading for each. You can click on the
readings link to see links to the readings - whenever possible you can
access the readings directly from the internet.
To receive credit for the course you must do the take home final exam, linked at the bottom.
Your answers should be submitted electronically as a pdf file by email to email@example.com. The exam is due at
midnight the last day of class Friday December 10. This will be
a letter grade, which will be your grade for the course.
Class meetings are:
Monday December 6th: 12pm - 2pm
Tuesday December 7th: 10am - 1pm
Wednesday December 8th: 10am - 1pm
Thursday December 9th: 10am - 1pm
Friday December 10th: 10am - 1pm
All classes meet in the VIP room of Odyssea building at CDM.
1 Introduction: Is Behavioral
Economics Doomed? readings 1
2 Static Games readings
3 Dynamic Games
4 Repeated Games
5 The Dual Self Model
Take Home Exam: due midnight December 10 as a pdf