ECON 412: Game Theory and Economics of Institutions
ECON 412-001: Game Theory and Econ of Insts
Enterprise Hall 276
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Introduces game theory and its relevance for analyzing framework of rules and institutions within which economic processes occur. Applies game theoretical concepts to comparative analysis of causes and effects of alternative institutional arrangements. May not be repeated for credit.
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