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SF2972 Game Theory, 7.5 university credits, period 3, 2017
## People- Lecturers: Jörgen Weibull (jorgen.weibull@hhs.se) and Mark Voorneveld (mark.voorneveld@hhs.se).
- Examiner: Boualem Djehiche (boualem@math.kth.se)
## Course main content- Games in normal form:
- Pure and mixed strategies
- Nash equilibrium
- Dominance and rationalizability
- Perfect and proper equilibrium
- Games in extensive form:
- Pure, mixed, and behavioral strategies, Kuhn's theorem
- Perfect information: Nash equilibrium, subgame perfect equilibrium
- Imperfect information: sequential and perfect Bayesian equilibrium
## ScheduleAll lectures begin quarter past, so 10-12 means 10.15-12.00. To find the rooms, please consult the KTH place finder.
## ExaminationIn addition to the written exam there will be three seminars with corresponding problem sets. At each seminar, you should - be there in time,
- bring your written solutions to the problem set, and
- be prepared to present your solutions in class.
serious attempt to solve
all the problems. The same goes for your presentations in class.
Though the solutions should be handed in individually, cooperation
is strongly encouraged when you solve the problems.
To pass the course you must pass all three seminars and the written exam. The required number of credits for the different grades for the March 17, 2017 exam are as follows.
No aids will be permitted during the exam. You have to register for the exam in advance, before 27th of February, which can be done through "My Pages". Please see Student affairs office for more info. ## Literature
- Game theory lectures, notes by Jörgen W. Weibull
- Game Theory: A multi-leveled approach, Hans Peters, Springer Verlag, 2015, 2nd edition
- Eventuel journal papers will be recommended during the lectures.
- See following course PM for detailed information
- Slides from the lectures:
- From Jörgen
- From Mark
- List of main concepts
## Old examsOld exams are available from the main course page. Note that the content and the design of the course changed from 2011 to 2015. To Mathematical Statistics To Mathematical Statistics Courses |

Published by: Boualem Djehiche Updated: 07/11-2016 |