cover   Uncertain Rationality and Monitoring in Game Theory
Supervised by Elena Iñarra and Annick Laruelle.

The work on this thesis focuses on the strategic impact of various relaxations of common knowledge assumptions in games. Common knowledge assumptions are relaxed in an attempt to capture the feature that rational agents are able to forecast and strategically react to the uncertainty that surrounds interactive decision processes. In this respect, specifically, it focuses on studying how agents' behaviour is modified when common knowledge of opponents' rationality is relaxed in strategic-form games (in the presence of correlating mechanisms in games with complete information and at the interim stage of Bayesian games), and when common knowledge of the information structure of an extensive-form game is abandoned.