Game theory fundamentals


Dive into the dynamic world of strategic decision-making with our 'Game Theory Fundamentals' course, designed to unlock the mysteries of human interactions in competitive environments. Perfect for economists, business strategists, political scientists, and anyone interested in behavioral economics, this comprehensive program sheds light on how to analyze and predict outcomes in various situations. Gain insights into the historical development of game theory, its basic concepts, and explore how it's applied in real-world scenarios such as business negotiations, political campaigns, and resource management. Key topics include Nash equilibrium, prisoner's dilemma, zero-sum games, and more. Whether you're a student, professional, or lifelong learner, these game theory principles will enhance your ability to make informed decisions with confidence. Enhance your strategic thinking and equip yourself with tools used by economists and policymakers worldwide. Find us through keywords like 'game theory course', 'strategic decision-making', 'economic strategies', 'Nash equilibrium education', and 'behavioral economics learning'.

What you will learn

By completing this course, learners will gain a comprehensive understanding of game theory fundamentals and their practical applications in different fields, as well as the ability to analyze strategic interactions and make informed decisions based on game theoretic principles.

Course program

Introduction to Game Theory
Basic Concepts in Game Theory
Game Theory in Microeconomics
Behavioral Aspects of Game Theory
Game Theory in Various Fields
Advanced Topics in Game Theory
Practical Applications of Game Theory