**Lectures:**Tuesday 2pm

Hicks LTA Thursday 1pm

Hicks LT2 **Exam:**Closed book exam, date TBA**Feedback sessions (aka Office hours):**Wednesdays 3-4pm and Fridays 4-5pm (my office is J16)I encourage you to come to my office and ask me questions: if times above are not convenient, e-mail me to set an appointment.

I don't teach by e-mail, so please ask your questions in person.

Nash equilibria in Economics: monopolies, duopolies and oligopolies (2 lectures)

Cooperative games-- mixed strategies (2 lectures)

Zero sum games (3 lectures)

Sequential games (5 lectures)

Repeated games (3 lectures)

Bayesian games (3 lectures)

A pdf version of the syllabus can be found here.

Introduction |
Cooperative games-- pure
strategies |
Nash equilibria in Economics | Cooperative games-- mixed strategies |

Two-person zero-sum games | Sequential games |
Repeated Games |
Bayesian Games |

The material in the slides in compact format.

M. J. Osborne. An introduction to game theory, Oxford University Press (2003). (Library holdings)

K. G. Binmore. Playing for real : a text on game theory, Oxford University Press (2007). (Library holdings)

Problem
Sheet #1 |
Solutions |

Problem
Sheet #2 |
Solutions |

Problem
Sheet #3 |
Solutions |

Problem Sheet #4 |
Solutions |

The 2013-14 exam and its solution.

The 2014-15 exam and its solution.

The 2015-16 exam and its solution.

A Mock exam used in 2013-14 and solution.

An article on Nash equilibrium in The Economist.

The game of Chomp!

Some common games refered to in the course: Chess, Tic-Tac-Toe (aka noughts and crosses)

Braess's Paradox in action!