I am an undergrad going into my junior year this semester. I really wanted to explore algorithmic game theory, as my university has some excellent professors in that field. However, as my undergrad is drawing to a close, it is seeming increasingly likely that I will not be able to do this in my undergrad if I don't step up and teach myself the basics. However, looking online, I am unable to find anything "basic" for intro students to the subject. Would you have any recommendations on how to start learning algorithmic game theory?
try Tim Roughgarden online AGT course & book https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEGCF-WLh2RJBqmxvZ0_ie-mleCFhi2N4