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  • A Course in Development Economics for Indian Students
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  • A Foundation Course in Complete Information Game Theory and Its Applications in Economic Governance

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    The primary purpose of writing this material is to help my students studying Game Theory as an optional course. However, if this material is received well enough, I shall plan to develop it as a text book covering the basic premise of the paradigm of game theory for learners of Economics at undergraduate level.

    Chapter-1: An Introduction to Game Theory for Economists
    Historical Background
    Basic Concepts
    Notations and Symbols
    Problems and Multiple Choice Questions

    Chapter-2: Static Games of Complete Information-I
    Normal-Form Games and Nash Equilibrium.,
    Representation of Games,
    Iterated Elimination of Strictly Dominated Strategies,
    Problems and Multiple Choice Questions

    Chapter-3: Static Games of Complete Information-II
    Applications of Game Theory in Economic Decision Making-
    A Coumot Model of Duopoly,
    Bertrand Model of Duopoly,
    Final-Offer Arbitration,
    The Problem of the Commons,
    Problems and Multiple Choice Questions

    Chapter-4: Static Games of Complete Information-III
    Mixed Strategies and Existence of Equilibrium
    Problems and Multiple Choice Questions

    Chapter-5: Dynamic Games of Complete and Perfect Information
    The Concept of Backwards Induction,
    Stackelberg Model of Duopoly,
    Wages and Employment in a Unionized Firm,
    Sequential Bargaining,
    Two-Stage Games of Complete but Imperfect Information,
    Problems and Multiple Choice Questions

    Chapter-6: Dynamic Games of Complete but Imperfect Information I

    Subgame Perfection ,
    Bank Runs,
    Tariffs and Imperfect International Competition,
    Tournaments,
    Repeated Games,
    Theory: Two-Stage Repeated Games,
    Problems and Multiple Choice Questions

    Chapter-7: Dynamic Games of Complete but Imperfect Information II
    Infinitely Repeated Games,
    Collusion between Cournot Duopolists,
    Efficiency Wages,
    Time-Consistent Monetary Policy,
    Extensive-Form Representation of Games,
    Subgame-Perfect Nash Equilibrium
    Problems and Multiple Choice Questions

    Answers to Problems and MCQs

    Glossary of Terms
    Index

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  • Indian Economy Since 1947: A General Outline
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  • Intermediate Labour Economics
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