Some materials (under the "Public resources" tab) from a 2017/2018 course including PDF lecture slides and problem sets with answers. Topics include "Dynamic Price Competition, Collusion and Cartels", "Entry Deterrence, Strategic Investment and Predation" and "Product Differentiation and Non-Price Competition".
Assessment Materials in Game Theory
Course page for a 2014 course based around Dixit and Susan Skeath's text Games of Strategy. Includes a 95-page PDF booklet of detailed lecture notes and problems, reading list for the 12-week course, and problem sets and tests with answers. This link goes to the Archive.org copy of the site.
Ten multiple-choices questions based on two numerical examples of pay and effort, from a course on game theory.
This 21-page PDF, dated December 2011, is intended as a basic introduction to game theory for students in "courses [which] assumed familiarity with game theory but did not require it as a prerequisite." The first section introduces normal-form games up to the concept of a Nash Equilibrium. The other section discusses sequentiality and backward induction. The booklet concludes with some exercises.
Detailed lecture notes, slides, problem sets and exam questions from Muhamet Yildiz's 'Economic applications of game theory' course in 2004. The syllabus, lecture notes, slides, exams and problem sets are available to download as PDF files. It includes supplementary notes on rationaliazability, partnership games and forward induction.
Nine multiple-choice questions about mixed strategy equilibria are presented in this interactive self-test.
This is a nine-question self-test in which the user answers multiple-choice questions about equilibria in games that are set out in normal form.
Three questions involving games in extensive form, with equilibria to be found be backwards induction.
The test contains 20 true/false questions. The score is calculated as you go along. This site accompanies the authors' textbook, "Finite Mathematics," one chapter of which is on game theory. It has been produced by Stefan Waner and Steven R. Costenoble of Hofstra University.