Mathematics Department - Math 355 - Game Theory

Math 355 - Game Theory

General Information

01:640:355 Game Theory
This course will be a mathematically rigorous introduction to game theory with complete proofs. We will cover aspects of both non-cooperative and cooperative games, and related topics such as auctions, stable matching, and social choice.

Prerequisite: Math 354.
Credit not given for both this course and 01:220:406 (Econ 406).


Game Theory
Authors: Michael Maschler, Eilon Solan, Shmuel Zamir
ISBN: 9781107005488W. H. Freeman and Company, ISBN 1-4292-1113-X.

Schedule Archives

Spring 2018 Schedule

Current Semester

This course is offered in the fall.

Previous Semesters

  • Fall 2014: Prof. Sahi

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