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"People generally have more feeling for canals and roads than education. However, I hope we can advance them with equal pace." Thomas Jefferson

Contact Information and Office Hours

First Year Game Theory

Seminar on Intellectual Property

Intermediate Economic Theory

Behavioral Economics

First Year Graduate Economic Theory

Advanced Economic Theory

Workshop in Economic Theory

Classes Formerly Taught at UCLA

Seminar on Intellectual Property

Economics 101B: Intermediate Microeconomics

Economics 201B: Game Theory

Economics 211B/212: Dynamic Games

Economics 218ABC: Proseminar in Economic Theory

Economics 219ABC: Workshop in Economic Theory


Advanced Evolution and Learning in Games Module
Political Economy Module
Advanced Evolutionary Games Module
Advanced Dynamic Games Module

Link to the lectures on game theory at the EPFL in Lausanne in December 2010

Link to the lectures on learning in games at the EUI In Florence in October 2010

Link to the lectures on game theory and behavioral economics at the CES In Munich in May 2010

Link to the lectures on game theory and behavioral economics at Gerzensee in August 2009




fax: (314) 935-4156; phone: 314-935-9529

administrative assistant:
Carissa Re
Seigle Hall 315A

David Levine
Department of Economics
Washington University in St. Louis
Campus Box 1208
St. Louis MO 63130-4899 USA
Office in Seigle 336

Appointments are best arranged by email at