Classes

Mathematical Models in the Study of Politics (POL 347/ ECO 347)

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2019

Game Theory and Applications to Political Economy. Applications include: strategic voting, bargaining, lobbying, strategic information transmission, and political agency. Familiarity with mathematical reasoning is helpful. Prerequisites: MAT 103. 

Formal Political Analysis II (POL 576)

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2015

This course builds on POL 575, to further develop the analytical foundations for examining problems in collective choice. Topics include vote buying, multilateral bargaining, strategic information transmission, strategic voting with incomplete information, career concerns, and strategic experimentation. Readings combine textbooks and research literature. Prerequisite: POL 575.