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Hidden Action and Incentives
Category :Game Theory  Language: clicks: 12
Contents: The Moral-Hazard Setting; Basic Two-Action Model; General formal setting; The Finite Model; Continuous Action Space.
Strategic Foundations of General Equilibrium: Dynamic Matching and Bargaining Games
Category :Game Theory  Language: clicks: 12
Contents: Markets and Games; Perfect Competition; Continuity; Bounded Rationality; Afterthoughts.
Graduate-Level Course in Game Theory
Category :Game Theory  Language: clicks: 12
Contents: Strategic Form Games; Nonequilibrium Solution Concepts; Nash Equilibrium; Extensive-form Games; Repeated Games; Bayesian Games.
Games, Fixed Points and Mathematical Economics
Category :Game Theory  Language: clicks: 15
Contents: Games; Brouwer’s Fixed Point Theorem and Nash’s Equilibrium Theorem; More general Equilibrium Theorems; Cooperative Games; Differential Games.
Hidden-Information Agency
Category :Game Theory  Language: clicks: 17
Contents: The Basics of Contractual Screening; The Two-Type Screening Model; General Screening Framework; The Standard Framework; The Hidden-Knowledge Model.
Lecture Notes on Microeconomic Theory
Category :Microeconomics  Language: clicks: 19
Contents: Preliminaries on Modern Economics and Mathematics; Consumer Theory; Production Theory; Choice Under Uncertainty; Game Theory; Theory of the Market; Positive Theory of Equilibrium: Existence, . . . . .
An Introduction to Business Mathematics
Category :Mathematical Finance  Language: clicks: 32
These lecture notes provide a self-contained introduction to the mathematical methods required in a Bachelor degree programme in Business, Economics, or Management. In particular, the topics covered c . . . . .
Bargaining and Markets
Category :Game Theory  Language: clicks: 56
Bargaining and Markets The formal theory of bargaining originated with John Nash’s work in the early 1950s. In this book we discuss two recent developments in this theory. The first uses the tool of extensive games to con . . . . .
A guided walk down Wall Street: an introduction to econophysics
Category :Econophysics  Language: clicks: 63
This article contains the lecture notes for the short course "Introduction to Econophysics," delivered at the II Brazilian School on Statistical Mechanics, held in São Carlos, Brazil, in Feb . . . . .
Notes for a Course in Game Theory
Category :Game Theory  Language: clicks: 70
Contents: Choice Under Uncertainty; Correlated Equilibria in Static Games; Nash Equilibria in Static Games; Extensive Form Games: The Basics and Dominance Arguments; Mathematics for Game Theory; Repea . . . . .
A course in game theory
Category :Game Theory  Language: clicks: 89
A course in game theory A course in game theory by Martin J. Osborne and Ariel Rubinstein is published by MIT Press (which maintains a page about the book). The book presents the main ideas of game theory at a level suitable . . . . .
International Trade: Theory and Evidence
Category :International Trade  Language: clicks: 96
International Trade: Theory and Evidence A comprehensive, balanced text, International Trade: Theory and Evidence is the perfect book for International Trade courses at the undergraduate level. It is appropriate either as part of a two-term . . . . .
Single-Person and Multi-Person Decision Theory
Category :Microeconomics  Language: clicks: 100
Contentss: Overview; A Choice Structure Approach to Consumer Demand; A Preference Based Approach to Consumer Demand; Problems with Aggregation; Producer Theory; Choice Under Uncertainty; Game Theory. . . . . .
Applied Quantitative Finance
Category :Mathematical Finance  Language: clicks: 103
Contents: Value at Risk; Credit Risk; Implied Volatility; Econometrics.
Physics of Econophysics
Category :Econophysics  Language: clicks: 152
Econophysics is a new area developed recently by the cooperation between economists, mathematicians and physicists. It’s not a tool to predict future prices of stocks and exchange rates. It applies . . . . .

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