Microeconomics and Game Theory
(Mikroökonomie und Spieltheorie), Master, 5 ECTS
Course Type: Lecture and Tutorial
Contact Person: Prof. Matthias Wrede, Assistant
Period: Annually in Winter Semester
Content: Microeconomic theory of household, microeconomic theory of the firm, equilibrium theory, basic concepts of non-cooperative game theory.
Educational objectives and skills: Students learn on the basis of microeconomic methods to analyze the behaviour of suppliers and customers and their interaction in product and factor markets; to analyze strategic approaches of economic agents applying game-theoretic methods; are enabled to apply the acquired theory to relevant practical problems; will be trained in analytical thinking.
Further information about this course can be found in the module handbook. For time and location please consult UnivIS, documents and materials are available on StudON.