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Economics (Yale)

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1 Lecture 1     Introduction Five First Lessons Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
2 Lecture 2     Putting Yourselves into Other People’s Shoes Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
3 Lecture 3     Iterative Deletion and the Median-Voter Theorem Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
4 Lecture 4     Best Responses in Soccer and Business Partnerships Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
5 Lecture 5     Nash Equilibrium Bad Fashion and Bank Runs Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
6 Lecture 6     Nash Equilibrium Dating and Cournot Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
7 Lecture 7     Nash Equilibrium Shopping, Standing and Voting on a Line Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
8 Lecture 8     Nash Equilibrium Location, Segregation and Randomization Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
9 Lecture 9     Mixed Strategies in Theory and Tennis Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
10 Lecture 10 Mixed Strategies in Baseball, Dating and Paying Your Taxes Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
11 Lecture 11 Evolutionary Stability Cooperation, Mutation, and Equilibrium Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
12 Lecture 12 Evolutionary Stability Social Convention, Aggression, and Cycles Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
13 Exam 1  Midterm Exam Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
14 Lecture 13 Sequential Games Moral Hazard, Incentives, and Hungry Lions Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
15 Lecture 14  Backward Induction Commitment, Spies, and First-Mover Advantages Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
16 Lecture 15 Backward Induction Chess, Strategies, and Credible Threats Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
17 Lecture 16  Backward Induction Reputation and Duels Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
18 Lecture 17  Backward Induction Ultimatums and Bargaining Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
19 Lecture 18 Imperfect Information Information Sets and Sub-Game Perfection Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
20 Lecture 19  Subgame Perfect Equilibrium Matchmaking and Strategic Investments Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
21 Lecture 20  Subgame Perfect Equilibrium Wars of Attrition Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
22 Lecture 21  Repeated Games Cooperation vs. the End Game Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
23 Lecture 22  Repeated Games Cheating, Punishment, and Outsourcing Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
24 Lecture 23  Asymmetric Information Silence, Signaling and Suffering Education Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences
25 Lecture 24  Asymmetric Information Auctions and the Winner’s Curse Economics (Yale) Yale University Prof. Dr. Robert Shiller Social Sciences

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