I'm looking for an economist that can help me write a 2-day training course on game theory. Total of 12 hours of teaching time.
Objectives: for learners to understand and apply the following objectives below. Spend no more than 30 mins per objective.
We’re not looking at coming up with a 100-page training guide. The more condensed and straight forward the better.
Again, the goal here is for the participants to understand and apply techniques. For example, if you can make them understand Nash equilibrium in a single handout/ worksheet or ppt slide. You will have met the objectives.
• Putting Yourselves into Other People's Shoes.
• Iterative Deletion and the Median-Voter Theorem.
• Best Responses in Soccer and Business Partnerships.
• Nash Equilibrium: Bad Fashion and Bank Runs.
• Nash Equilibrium: Dating and Cournot.
• Nash Equilibrium: Shopping and Standing
• Nash Equilibrium: Location, Segregation and Randomization.
• Mixed Strategies in Theory and Tennis.
• Mixed Strategies in Dating and Paying Your Taxes.
• Evolutionary Stability: Cooperation, Mutation, and Equilibrium.
• Evolutionary Stability: Social Convention, Aggression, and Cycles.
• Sequential Games: Moral Hazard, Incentives, and Hungry Lions.
• Backward Induction: Commitment, Spies, and First-Mover Advantages.
• Backward Induction: Chess, Strategies, and Credible Threats.
• Backward Induction: Reputation and Duels.
• Backward Induction: Ultimatums and Bargaining.
• Imperfect Information: Information Sets and Sub-Game Perfection.
• Subgame Perfect Equilibrium: Matchmaking and Strategic Investments.
• Subgame Perfect Equilibrium: Wars of Attrition.
• Repeated Games: Cooperation vs. the End Game.
• Repeated Games: Cheating, Punishment, and Outsourcing.
• Asymmetric Information: Silence, Signaling and Suffering Education.
• Asymmetric Information: Auctions and the Winner's Curse.
- group discussions
Must be able to deliver this by the 24th of September 2019 at 12 pm Singapore time