Computational Microeconomics

ECON 336D

Use of computational techniques to operationalize basic concepts from economics. Expressive marketplaces: combinatorial auctions and exchanges, winner determination problem. Game theory: normal and extensive-form games, equilibrium notions, computing equilibria. Mechanism design: auction theory, automated mechanism design. Prerequisite: at least one of the following: Computer Science 230, 200-level Mathematics course, or 200-level Statistical Science course. Instructor: Conitzer

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: one of the following: Computer Science 230, 200-level Mathematics course, or 200-level Statistical Science course

Curriculum Codes
  • QS
Cross-Listed As
  • COMPSCI 323D
Typically Offered
Spring Only