Game theory, microeconomic theory, evolutionary dynamics, bounded rationality, learning in games, industrial organization
Dai Zusai joined the department in the fall of 2011. He received his BA and a MA in economics from the University of Tokyo and his MSc and PhD in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research focuses on microeconomic theory and game theory, particularly evolutionary dynamics of boundedly rational agents and theory of product market competition and financial contracts.
- Tempered Best Response Dynamics, mimeo, Temple University, 2012.
- Excess Liquidity against Predation, DETU Working Paper, 12-01, Temple University, 2012.
- Graduate: Mathematics for Economists I, Microeconomic Theory I