ECON 345 - Game Theory
Game theory is the formal analysis of strategic decision making. This course provides a structured approach to tactical problem solving. Anticipating the possible reactions of others is essential for making good decisions. Students will think critically and analytically about strategic interactions. Insights from behavioral economics will refine the analysis. The emphasis will be on business applications of game theory.
Prerequisites: ECON 262 AND ECON 272
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
Notes: Students may not receive credit for both ECON 345 and TS2S 403.
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