Game Theory and Behavioral Economics

David K. Levine

This is a course covering basic graduate level game theory with an emphasis on behavioral issues and applications. There are ten lectures; the slides for each lecture are linked below. There are also supplementary or optional reading for each. You can click on the readings link to see links to the readings - whenever possible you can access the readings directly from the internet.

1 Introduction: Is Behavioral Economics Doomed? readings
2 Decision Theory: Risk readings
3 Decision Theory: Time
4 Static Games readings
5 Dynamic Games I
6 Dynamic Games II
7 Bayes Games I readings
8 Bayes Games II
9 Repeated Games readings
10 The Dual Self Model readings