Network Economics (SS 2018)
|Tuesday||16:00- 18:00||single date||10.04.2018||Leonardo-Campus 18, LEO 18.3|
|Monday||16:00- 18:00||weekly||18.06.2018- 11.07.2018||Leonardo-Campus 18, LEO 18.3|
|Tuesday||16:00- 18:00||weekly||19.06.2018- 12.07.2018||Leonardo-Campus 18, LEO 18.3|
|Wednesday||16:00- 18:00||weekly||20.06.2018- 13.07.2018||Leonardo-Campus 18, LEO 18.3|
Networks are an ubiquitous phenomenon in modern societies. They are subject to interdisciplinary research, with varying emphases on structure, dynamics and connections between nodes.
The purpose of the course is to introduce basic concepts of networks and network studies. While exploring different phenomena of networks, different methodological approaches and studies on networks will be introduced.
- Graph Theory and Social Networks
- Game Theory
- Network Models of Markets with Intermediaries
- Network Dynamics: Population Models
- Network Dynamics: Structural Models
Please, note that all relevant information regarding this course (registration, dates, structure, literature) are available in LearnWeb.
- Prof. Dr. Stefan Klein (responsible)
- Simon Lansmann (accompanying)