This course will introduce students to the field of Game Theory with applications from Economics. Game Theory is the study of strategic interactions between small groups of agents where each person’s choice affects how others’ make their choices. Students will learn how to see the elemental parts of strategic situations to better understand how agents make rational strategic decisions. Applications will include Industrial Organization, Environmental Economics, Public Economics, Politics, and many more. Prerequisites: ECON 102, ECON 103 and ECON 252.