(Social Game Theory)


Department of Mathematical Sciences

Rasool Ramezanian

In this course, I aim to make known analytical social science in our mathematical community by considering game theory as a formal method for social situations. The game theory may help governments to analyze lots of social situations like arm races, nuclear war, jury voting, public goods and etc.
Accompanied by students, in a seminar manner, we review game theory modelling of following  social topics:

• Social Choice Theory
• Interest Group Contributions
• International Externalities
• Trade Restrictions
• Jury Voting with a Continuum of Signals
• Public Goods and Incomplete Information
• Uncertainty About Candidate Preferences
• A Model of Power Transitions
• Agenda Control
• Entry Deterrence in Elections
• Informational Lobbying, and ...