Приложения теории игр (Game theory applications)
This course provides some basic solution concepts for normal form games such as iterative elimination of dominated strategies, Nash equilibrium and rationalizability, and some simple applications. Part of the course studies extensive form games with complete information and its application to repeated games, reputation, bargaining and games with state variables. The final part of the course contains refinements of the equilibrium concept for extensive form games with incomplete information such as a Bayesian-Nash equilibrium and sequential equilibrium applied to bargaining, signaling, cheap talk and dynamic games.
Practical sessions are devoted to review and critical analysis of recent research in the field of applied game theory.