- 1 - Introduction: five first lessons
- 2 - Putting yourselves into other peoples shoes
- 3 - Iterative deletion and the median-voter theorem
- 4 - Best responses in soccer and business partnerships
- 5 - Nash equilibrium: bad fashion and bank runs
- 6 - Nash equilibrium: dating and Cournot
- 7 - Nash equilibrium: shopping, standing and voting on a line
- 8 - Nash equilibrium: location, segregation and randomization
- 9 - Mixed strategies in theory and tennis
- 10 - Mixed strategies in baseball, dating and paying your taxes
- 11 - Evolutionary stability: cooperation, mutation, and equilibrium
- 12 - Evolutionary stability: social convention, aggression, and cycles
- 13 - Sequential games: moral hazard, incentives, and hungry lions
- 14 - Backward induction: commitment, spies, and first-mover advantages
- 15 - Backward induction: chess, strategies, and credible threats
- 16 - Backward induction: reputation and duels
- 17 - Backward induction: ultimatums and bargaining
- 18 - Imperfect information: information sets and sub-game perfection
- 19 - Subgame perfect equilibrium: matchmaking and strategic investments
- 20 - Subgame perfect equilibrium: wars of attrition
- 21 - Repeated games: cooperation vs. the end game
- 22 - Repeated games: cheating, punishment, and outsourcing
- 23 - Asymmetric information: silence, signaling and suffering education
- 24 - Asymmetric information: auctions and the winners curse

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