Course Description

Game Theory and Politics I, SOCIOL 134

Introduction to game theory and a survey of its political applications. Examples of topics covered include voting in small committees, legislatures, and mass elections; interest group activities and environmental issues; institutional design, and the evolution of cooperative behavior. Same as POL SCI 130A and SOC SCI 103A.

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Credit: 4 quarter units / 2.67 semester units credit
UC Irvine, Sociology

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Course Creator

Marek Kaminski
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