Mini Course in Epistemic Game Theory

2015: June 30 - July 3, University of Toulouse (France)

 

Here, you can download the slides of the lectures, and the set of exercises for the course:

 

Slides part 1 Common belief in rationality

Slides part 2 Nash equilibrium

Slides part 3 Backward induction reasoning

Slides part 4 Forward induction reasoning

 

Exercises

 

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2016: September 12 and 13, National University of Singapore

 

Slides part 1 Common belief in rationality

Slides part 2 Nash equilibrium

 

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In 2007, when I just started working on my book Epistemic Game Theory: Reasoning and Choice, the Max-Planck Institute for Economics in Jena (Germany) asked me to give my first mini-course in Epistemic Game Theory. Until the completion of my book in 2011, there has been an intensive cross-fertilization between the book and the mini-course.

After that first mini-course in Jena, I have given the mini-course also at other universities across Europe and outside. See below for an overview.

 

If you would like to have this mini-course on Epistemic Game Theory at your university, please contact me at: a.perea@maastrichtuniversity.nl

I will be more than happy to come to your university and give this mini-course.

2015: April 28 and 29, University of Innsbruck (Austria)

 

 

2014: October 20-21, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul (Turkey)

 

2013: University of Luxembourg (Luxemburg)

2012: Erasmus University Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

2011: During Decisions, Games and Logic Workshop at Maastricht University (The Netherlands)

2009: Aarhus University (Denmark)

2008: University of Lausanne (Switzerland)

2007: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)

2007: Maastricht University (The Netherlands)

2007: Max-Planck Institute for Economics in Jena (Germany)

If you would like to have this mini-course on Epistemic Game Theory at your university, please contact me at: a.perea@maastrichtuniversity.nl

I will be more than happy to come to your university and give this mini-course.