Econ 441a. Economics of Social Learning and Communication

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Day / time: 
F 3:30-5:20pm
Course Type: 
Undergraduate
Course term: 
Fall
Not offered
Year: 
2015
Instructor(s): 

An introduction to economic models of social learning and strategic information transmission. These topics are explored from a theoretical perspective, drawing on tools from game theory and probability theory.

Prerequisites: Intermediate Microeconomics (Econ 121 or 125), a course covering basic probability theory such as Econ 131 or 135, as well as the completion of the mathematics requirement of the economics major. Additional advanced coursework in economic theory and mathematics will be very helpful.

Semester offered: 
Not offered
Undergrad Course Category: 
Microtheory