Economics serving society
Arnold Chassagnon

Arnold Chassagnon

PSE Professor

Professor Université de Tours

Campus Jourdan – 48 Boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

3rd floor, office 66

Phone +33(0)1 80 52 19 18

Personal website
Research groups: Economics of Human Behavior
  • Game Theory
  • General Equilibrium
  • Mechanism Design and Economics of Contract
  • Health
  • Risk

Game Theory and Competition policy, M1 International Economics

This curse is an introduction to modern competition policy, presenting imperfection competition with the tools of game theory.


Chapter 1 is mainly presenting some basic tools of Game Theory

Chapter 2 presents the basic imperfect competition models : monopoly and oligopoly in static and in dynamic games

Chapter 3 is about the basis of competition policy



Chapter 1 :cpgt1_2019(5).pdf

Chapter 2 : cpgt2_2019(3).pdf

Chapter 3 : cpgt3_2019.pdf


Exercice sets

Exercice set 1  correction entrainement1cpgt_correction.pdf

entrainement2cpgt_enonce.pdf correction entrainement2cpgt_corrige.pdf

entrainement3cpgt_enonce.pdf correction entrainement3cpgt_corrige.pdf

entrainement4cpgt_enonce.pdf correction entrainement4cpgt_corrige.pdf Auxiliary spreadsheet entrainement4cpgt.xlsx

entrainement5cpgt_enonce.pdf correction entrainement5cpgt_correction.pdf



References :

Massimo Motta, Competition Policy: Theory and Practice, Cambridge University Press

Louis Phlips,  Competition policy: a game-theoretic perspective, Cambridge University Press

Huw David Dixon, ``Oligopoly theory made simple'', ch.6 of Surfing Economics, in-line book, Oligopoly theory made simple.


Modified, November 21th