Game Theory and Strategic Interactions

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The Game Theory and Strategic Interactions [ECON 013] Course for BA (Hons) Economics Semester V, Delhi University has been taught by Mr. Dheeraj Suri. The Video Lectures are based upon the books prescribed by the University of Delhi. The Duration of Video Lectures is approximately 55 Hours.

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  • Mock Tests at the Website
  • Video Lectures Cover Theory Portions Exchaustively + Complete Solutions of Back Questions of readings + Solutions of Previous Years Papers + Large Number of Numericals

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Exam Pattern

The Question Paper will be of 90 Marks

Suggested weightage for each unit in the final examination

Unit I : 20%

Unit II : 30%

Unit III : 10%

Unit IV : 20%

Unit V : 20%

The division is flexible and plus/minus 5 percentage points of the marks can be done in each unit

Paper Pattern

Question paper can have


Two compulsory questions and Five questions out of which students can do any three questiona (with equal weigtage to all questions)


Seven Questions out of which students can do any Five questions (with equal weigtage to all questions)

Recommended Readings

Serrano, Roberto and Feldman, Alan (2012), A short course in intermediate Microeconomics with Calculus, Cambridge University Press

►Espinola-Arredondo, Ana and Munoz-Garaia, Felix (2020), Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, MITPress.

Munoz-Garaia, Felix (2017) Practice Exercises for Advanced Microeconomic Theory, MIT Press.

Dunaway, Eric; Strandholm, John C., Espinola-Arredondo, Ana and Munoz-Garcia, Felix (2020) Practice Exercises for Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, MIT press. [DSEM]

Course Content of our Video Lectures

Lectures are Strictly as per Latest Syllabus for UGCF 2024

Unit I : Complete Information Simultaneous Move Game

Unit II : Complete Information Extensive Form Game

Unit III : Topics from Industrial Organization

Unit IV : Incomplete Information

Unit V : Communicating Information