Stochastic Choice Theory

The book studies models used in decision theory, behavioral economics, and discrete choice econometrics. Such models have a variety of applications in game theory, industrial organization, labor economics, marketing, behavioral, and experimental economics. The manuscript offers a systematic introduction to the field, building up from scratch without any prior knowledge requirements. It surveys recent developments and brings the reader all the way to the frontier of research. It is addressed primarily to PhD and advanced Masters students in economics. 
 

Here is a preprint. Here are my (by now really old) slides on this topic.