Current position

Senior lecturer, Research School of Economics, Australian National University (since March 2014)


Research interests

Game theory, microeconomic theory, mathematical economics


Academic positions

Lecturer, School of Economics, The University of Queensland (2011–2014)


Academic background

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Rochester (2013)

M.A. in Economics, University of Rochester (2007)

B.A. in Economics, Universidade de São Paulo (2000)



Microeconomics A, postgraduate (2012, 2013)

Advanced Managerial Economics, postgraduate (2012, 2013)



Barelli and Meneghel (2013). A note on the equilibrium existence problem in discontinuous games. Econometrica81 (2), pp. 813–824.


Working papers

Grant, Meneghel and Tourky (2013). Savage games: a theory of strategic interaction with purely subjective uncertainty.

Meneghel and Tourky (2013). A fixed point theorem for closed-graphed decomposable-valued correspondences.


Fellowships, honors and awards

The School of Economics Distinguished Teaching Awards for Small Postgraduate class, The University of Queensland (2012)

UQ New Staff Research Start-Up Fund award, The University of Queensland (2012)

Graduate fellowship, University of Rochester (2006–2010)

Conibear Memorial Prize (best third-year paper), University of Rochester (2008)


Conferences and seminars

Yale University (2013)

Boston College (2013)

Johns Hopkins University (2013)

Australian National University (2013)

The University of Queensland (2011)

University of New South Wales (2011)

University of Southern California (2011)

The 2nd Annual UECE Lisbon Meetings (2010)

Theory Student Workshop, University of Rochester (2010)


Professional service

Local Organizing Committee, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory 2012 Conference

Referee for: Econometrica, Economic Theory, National Science Foundation (US), Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Mathematical Economics