Yves Zenou

Course: Undergraduate Game Theory


1. Games and Dominance

Lecture Notes 1: What is game theory? [PDF]

2. Strategic form games: Nash equilibrium

Lecture Notes 2: Dominance, Iterated Dominance [PDF]

Lecture Notes 3: Nash equilibrium [PDF]

Problem Set 1 [PDF], Answers [PDF]

Lecture Notes 4: Mixed-strategy Nash equilibrium [PDF]

Problem Set 2 [PDF], Answers [PDF]

3. Extensive form games

Lecture Notes 5: Sequential games and perfect information [PDF]

Problem Set 3 [PDF], Answers [PDF]

4. Bayesian games

Lecture Notes 6: Baysian games [PDF]

Problem Set 4 [PDF], Answers [PDF]

Exam Dec 2013 [PDF] Correction [PDF]

Exam Dec 2014 [PDF] Correction [PDF]

Cours en francais de theorie des jeux [PDF]



Martin J. Osborne (2004), An Introduction to Game Theory, Oxford University Press.

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