The Ohio State University

Econ 5001--Game Theory

Professor James Peck

Fall 2017, Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:10 - 12:30, Arps Hall 012.

Office hours for Fall 2017: (440 Arps Hall) Tuesdays 2-3 and Wednesdays 10-11.

Note: There will be no class on Thursday, September 21.

2. Homeworks

Homework #1 (due Thursday, September 7)

Homework #2 (due Thursday, September 14)

Homework #3 (due Tuesday, October 10)

Homework #4 (due Thursday, October 19, at 11:10 am. I plan to go over the answers in class.)

Homework #5 (due Tuesday, November 14)

Homework #6 (due Tuesday, December 5, at 11:10 sharp)

Extra Practice Problems (for the final)

Answers to Extra Practice Problems

3. Lecture Slides

Introduction to Game Theory and Extensive Form Games

Mixed Strategies and Expected Payoffs, Rationality and Common Knowledge

Rationalizability and Iterated Dominance

Example of Nash Equilibrium with Congestion Externalities

Oligopoly Games and Voting Games

Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibrium

Backward Induction and Subgame Perfection

Conditional Probabilities and Bayes' Rule

4. Miscellaneous

Midterm 1 (exam A) Spring 2017

Midterm 2 (exam A) Spring 2017

Midterm 2 (one version) Fall 2016

Midterm 2 (version 1) Fall 2015

Midterm 1 (version abc), Fall 2015

Midterm Questions and Answers, Spring 2013

Midterm Questions and Answers, Fall 2011

Midterm Questions and Answers, Winter 2011

Midterm Exam Questions and Answers, Fall 2010