Courses

Economics 126: Economic Development, Fall 2017

Economics 107: Applied Econometrics, Fall 2017

Economics 154: Game Theory for Economists, Spring 2018

Introduces the main tools of noncooperative game theory as used in current economics literature. Topics include formalities of modeling competitive situations, various solution concepts such as Nash equilibrium and its refinements, signaling games, repeated games under different informational environments, bargaining models, issues of cooperation and reputation. Applications from economics, politics, law, corporate and business strategy. Lecture, discussion, problem sets, exams. Prerequisites: Economics 57 and 102.

Economics 190: Empirical Micro, Senior Seminar, Spring 2018