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I teach graduate course Microeconomics II. The course covers selected topics in non-cooperative game theory, information economics, mechanism design, and social choice. Below are the lectures sheets and other materials I used in 2016.
Short description of the course
Lecture sheets:
Lecture 0
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Normal form games and Nash equilibrium
Lecture 1
Part 1: Brouwer's fixed-point theorem and Nash existence theorem
Part 2: Extensive form games and subgame perfect equilibrium
Lecture 2
Sequential equilibrium
Lecture 3
Signalling games
Lecture 4
Games of incomplete information. Auctions
Lecture 5
Incentive compatible direct selling mechanisms
Lecture 6
Optimal direct selling mechanism
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