This mentored reading course is intended to provide an introduction to game theory and mathematical economics. This course would be a good fit for both undergraduate and master’s level students in mathematics/statistics who are interested in learning more about how mathematics and statistics are used in economics and related social sciences.

**References:**Osborne & Rubinstein A Course in Game Theory (MIT, 1e, 1994)**Prerequisites:**The level of this reading course can vary from advanced undergraduate to doctoral level depending on student interest. Having completed the calculus sequence would be the bare minimum.**Meetings:**Once per week from Sept 1, 2022 to Dec 15, 2022**Type:**Reading**Size:**3-5 students

*Instructor:* Brian Roberson, Applied Mathematics, Mathematics & Statistics, Purdue University