**Lectures:**Wednesday 11am

Hicks LT2 Friday 1pm

Hicks LT1 **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 (3 lectures)

Sequential games (5 lectures)

Repeated games (4 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 |

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 |
Hand in problems 4, 7, 10. Due on Wednesday, October 18th Solutions |

Problem Sheet #2 (Note correction to #5) |
Hand in problems 1, 7, 8, 11 Due on Wednesday, November 1st Solutions (Note correction to #11) |

Problem
Sheet #3 |
Hand in problems 3, 4, 6, 8 Due on Friday, November 24th Solutions |

Problem Sheet #4 |
Hand in problems 3, 4, 9, 10 Solutions |

The 2013-14 exam and its solution.

The 2014-15 exam and its solution.

The 2015-16 exam and its solution.

The 2016-17 exam and its solution.

A Mock exam used in 2013-14 and solution.

Tim Roughgarden's Game Theory Through the Computational Lens, a very good lecture covering some of the material in this course.

An FT article on the relevance of the Median Voter Theorem to our current state of affairs.

An article on Nash equilibrium in The Economist.

The game of Chomp! and a Chomp! strategy book.

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

Braess's Paradox in action!