The course begins with a couple of lectures on behavioral game theory, before turning to selected topics in microeconomic theory. In this part, students present and discuss papers.
- Behavioral Game Theory
- Cheap Talk
- Consumer Search
- Information Design/Bayesian Persuasion
Additional topics can be added according to your preferences. If the number of students permits, each student has to present a paper of her choice as an oral examination.
Participants should have a good knowledge of Microeconomics and Game Theory. They should be willing:
- to participate actively in lectures and classes,
- to read the original literature,
- to present theoretical models from the literature
Lecture/tutorial take place Tuesdays, 10-12, Room 301 in Ludwigstr 28 VG and Thursdays, 8:30-10, Room M203, Main Building.