Tehran Institute for Advanced Studies (TeIAS)

/ Dynamic Game Theory and Applications

Short Course

Dynamic Game Theory and Applications

August 14, 2017


Khatam University, Building No2.
Address: Mollasadra Blvd., North Shirazi St., East Daneshvar St., No.17. See location on Google map


Dr. Farshad Hagh-Panah

Economist, specializing in finance


The Topics in dynamic Game theory short course is a seminar-style series of meetings designed to give the audience an opportunity to get acquainted with the theory and applications of repeated games. The goal of the course is not only to present new theory, but also to show how it can be used to study interesting questions.

Target Audience

The course is intended for graduate students and scholars with at least a basic knowledge of economic principles and Game Theory.

Course Plan

  • An introduction to repeated games
  • Infinitely repeated games with perfect public monitoring
  • Infinitely repeated games with imperfect public monitoring


Farshad Hagh-Panah is an economist, specializing in finance. He received his Ph.D. in Finance from the University of California at Berkeley, Haas School of Business, in 2017, after having obtained an M.B.A., a B.S. in Electrical engineering, and a B.S. in Petroleum engineering from Sharif University of Technology. Hagh-Panah joined the zxc Institution economics department in 2018. Prior to joining zxc Institution, he has served in the financial sector as Financial Consultant and Head of Equity Research.