Andrés Perea

Game Theorist at Maastricht University


Courses on Epistemic Game Theory

    EPICENTER Spring Course 2019

    Mini Course

Last Updated: May 7th, 2019


EPICENTER Spring Course 2019 on Epistemic Game Theory

From July 1 until July 15, 2019, our EPICENTER will give the sixth EPICENTER Spring Course on Epistemic Game Theory at Maastricht University. More information can be found here.

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New book:

I am currently working on a new textbook, called "Epistemic Game Theory II: Non-Standard Games".

The purpose is to study games with incomplete information, games with unawareness, and psychological games in a unified way from an epistemic perspective.

I now completed Chapter 3, which is about Nash equilibrium and correlated equilibrium in standard games. I characterize Nash equilibrium by the notion of a simple belief hierarchy (as proposed in my first book on epistemic game theory), and characterize correlated equilibrium by the new notion of a symmetric belief hierarchy.