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Course Credit: MIT
|L1 Introduction to economic, social, and communication networks||01:05:00|
|L2 Graph theory and social networks||00:30:00|
|L3 Branching processes and random graph models||00:35:00|
|L4 Rich get richer phenomena, power laws, and small worlds||00:30:00|
|L5 Epidemics and diffusion through networks||00:25:00|
|L6 Introduction to game theory||00:30:00|
|L7 Applications of game theory to networks||00:30:00|
|L8 Evolution, learning, and myopia vs. rationality||00:25:00|
|L9 Introduction to game theory Part 1||00:45:00|
|L10 Introduction to game theory Part 2||00:35:00|
|L11 Introduction to game theory Part 3||00:40:00|
|L12 Applications of game theory to networks||01:05:00|
|L13-14 Evolution, learning, and myopia vs. rationality||01:35:00|
|L15 Dynamic and repeated games, and cooperation and trust in networks Part 1||00:45:00|
|L16 Dynamic and repeated games, and cooperation and trust in networks Part 2||00:55:00|
|L17-18 Network effects, innovation, tipping and contagion||01:45:00|
|L19-21 Games of incomplete information||01:55:00|
|L22-23 Social learning in networks||01:50:00|
|L24 Decisions in groups||01:05:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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