|The course Introduction Mathematical Economics highlight various forms of strategic behaviour in economic life. In particular, a wide variety of competition forms are studied, such as oligopoly, spatial competition, dynamic price competition, and market entry. For all these models, a sound game-theoretic framework is provided in the guise of normal form and extensive form games.|
Type of instructionsLecture: 1 group, 2 hours per week, all weeks / Tutorial: 2 groups, 1 hour per week per group, all weeks
Type of examswritten exam, no midterm
- Tirole, J., The Theory of Industrial Organization, MIT, 1988.