Faculties and centres
This course is an introduction to one of the most modern branches of economics, the theory of contest. Examples of contests are wars, trials, sports, prizes and political competition. In fact it can be considered as a resource allocation mechanism as important as the authority or the market. Only after the development of Game Theory has this branch of economics started to take shape.
General Competences (CG)
Specific Competences (CE)
To understand the main problems of Contest Theory and the most well-known solutions. To provide the students with the capacity to do research in this field.