Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Eligibility: The program is open to undergraduate students with a minimum 2.5 GPA.
Course Credits: ECON 451 Game Theory and MGMT 390 Elective for 6 credits
Estimated Cost: $4800
Housing: Students will stay in residence/extended stay or apartment style housing.
Language Requirements: None
Host: Daniels School of Business
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Daniels School students may apply for business school specific scholarships in addition to the Purdue Moves Scholarship. For more information visit our Financial Planning and Scholarships page!
6 p.m., KRAN G016
$500 non-refundable deposit
May 11-June 9
*Students will be notified by mid-February of scholarship standing.
Game Theory - ECON 45100
Game theory models and analyzes strategic interactions between a small number of people or groups. In this course we will study different types of economic, political, and social interactions and represent them as games, in which the players’ strategies and outcomes will be analyzed. The analysis of these interactions is used to demonstrate how people can make optimal decisions under uncertainty. By the end of this course, you will be able to model various strategic interactions as games, describe the predicted behavior within these games, and explain the role of uncertainty within strategic interactions. Experiments will be conducted during our many of our classes in Buenos Aires where you and your classmates will interact strategically by participating in economic games over the internet. The results of these experiments will help us evaluate the validity of the different predictions that we derive during class. One some days, we will have the opportunity to visit different cultural sites or companies in Buenos Aires. Weekends will be left free for students to explore different opportunities within Argentina.
Elective/ Cultural Competency - MGMT 390
This course will be taught by on-site local faculty. Course title and content is TBD.