- Expected Utility Theory
- Games in strategic form
- Nash equilibrium, pure and mixed strategies
- Zero-sum games
- Correlated equilibrium
- Extensive form games, Perfect Information
- Subgame Perfection
- Repeated Prisoner's dilemma
- Repeated Games Folk Theorems
- Extensive form games, Imperfect Information
- Nash, Perfect Bayesian and Sequential Equilibrium (theory and examples)
- Cooperative Games: Core, Shapley, Nucleolus. Some theory and some examples

Rubi Proposition 22.2

Mixed extension and Rubi Lemma 33.2

Mixed extension of zero-sum games

The bus game

A two-by-two simple game (hiring, from Gibbons)

A couple of exercises on normal form games by Joel Watson

The penalty game

Li Calzi exercise n.4.8 p.51 (last bit)

Battleships (based on Binmore's

A voting game

Examples of correlated equilibria

Clarifications on correlated equilibrium

Definition of game tree gives equivalent definition of extensive form game

A bank deposit game

Three-way duels (or: the games of your life, Dixit-Nalebuff)

Fairness (Fehr-Schmidt-QJE1999)

Matching pennies with spying (Blackwell-Girshick)

Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium from MWG (ignore the word "weak")

Example of sequential equilibrium

More examples of PBE and sequential equilibria with solutions

Preliminaries on discountijng flows

Long Run Cooperation in oligopoly

Bankruptcy Solutions (Peyton Young in

Basic points about Core and Shapley Value

The bankruptcy game

The airport (or elevator) game

The heritage game

- Peter Wakker,
*Prospect Theory,*Cambridge University Press 2010 -
Martin J Osborne, Ariel Rubinstein,
*A Course in Game Theory*, MIT Press 1994 - Martin J Osborne,
*An introduction to game theory*, Oxford University Press 2003 - Marco Li Calzi,
*Teoria dei Giochi*, Etas Libri 1995 (esercizi)