|Semester||Spring Semester, 2021|
|Department||International Master's Program in International Studies, First Year International Master's Program in International Studies, Second Year|
|Course Name||Game Theory in International Relations|
Aside from the obvious requirements—class attendance, punctuality, and reading ahead in preparation for lectures, students are required to work on 5 homework. Each homework accounts for 4% of the total grades. The homework will be distributed and done in class, which means you need to submit your answers in the same week. Students are encouraged to work in groups to solve the homework problems, although your submitted homework should be done by yourself.
Students are also expected to produce a research paper which applies game theory to a current or past national or international event of your own choice. The paper should be no longer than 2,500 words. You need to present your paper in Week 15, June 4. The paper is due on Saturday, June 5, 5pm by uploading to Moodle. Late submissions of homework or term papers will not be accepted.
Class attendance and participation: 10%; Homework: 20%; Midterm exam: 25%; Term paper and presentation: 20%; Final exam: 25%
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