The Ohio State University

Econ 8817--Game Theory

Professor James Peck

Autumn 2014, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:35 - 10:55, Smith Lab 1076

Office hours for Autumn 2014: Tuesdays 2:00 - 3:00, Wednesdays 10:00 - 11:00, and by appointment.

2. Homeworks

Homework #1 (due Tuesday, September 16)

Homework #2 (due Thursday, October 9)

Homework #3 (due Thursday, November 6)

3. Lecture Slides

Lecture notes #1: Games in Strategic Form, and Strictly Competitive Games

Lecture notes #1 supplement: The (Braess) Transportation Paradox

Lecture notes #2: Bayesian Games

Lecture notes #3: Mixed-strategy Nash Equilibrium and Correlated Equilibrium

Lecture notes #4: Rationalizability

Lecture notes #5: Knowledge and Common Knowledge

Notes on Myerson-Satterthwaite (JET 1983)

Lecture notes #6: Extensive Games with Perfect Information

Lecture notes #7: Repeated Games

Lecture notes #8: Extensive Games with Imperfect Information

Lecture notes #9: Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium and Refinements of Sequential Equilibrium

Games illustrating trembling hand perfection: Game 1 , Game 2

Lecture notes #10: Cooperative Game Theory

4. Miscellaneous