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Research interests

Microeconomic theory, game theory, decision theory, mathematical economics

Current academic position

Associate Professor, Research School of Economics, Australian National University (2014–  )

Past academic positions

Senior Lecturer, Research School of Economics, Australian National University (2014–2017)

Lecturer, Department of Economics, The University of Queensland (2011–2013)

Visiting positions

Visitor, Department of Economics and Cowles Foundation, Yale University (2018–2020)

Academic background

PhD in Economics, University of Rochester (2013)

BA in Economics, Universidade de São Paulo (2000)


[1] Simon Grant, Jeffrey Kline, Idione Meneghel, John Quiggin, and Rabee Tourky (2016). A theory of robust experiments for choice under uncertainty. Journal of Economic Theory 165, pp. 124–151.

[2] Simon Grant, Idione Meneghel, and Rabee Tourky (2016). Savage games. Theoretical Economics 11 (2), pp. 641–682.

[3] Paulo Barelli and Idione Meneghel (2013). A note on the equilibrium existence problem in discontinuous games. Econometrica 81 (2), pp. 813–824.

Working papers

[1] Idione Meneghel and Rabee Tourky (2019). On the existence of equilibrium in Bayesian games without complementarities.

[2] Simon Grant, Idione Meneghel, and Rabee Tourky (2016). Learning under unawareness.

[3] Idione Meneghel and Rabee Tourky (2015). A fixed point theorem for closed-graphed decomposable-valued correspondences.


Behavioral Economics (2018)

Microeconomic Theory (2017)

Economics III (Honors) (2017)

Foundations of Economic and Financial Models (2014–2016)

Microeconomics A (2012–2013)

Advanced Managerial Economics (2012–2013)

Grants, honors, and awards

Senior Fellowship, Higher Education Academy (2017)

Australian National University RSSS Cross-College Grant (2017): Philosophy & Economics

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)

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

Graduate fellowship, University of Rochester (2006–2010)

Invited seminars

2019: University of Texas at Austin

2016: University of Sydney

2013: Yale University, Boston College, Johns Hopkins University, Australian National University

2011: The University of Queensland, University of New South Wales, University of Southern California

2010: University of Rochester

Conference presentations

2019: 2019 North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society, Stony Brook 30th International Conference on Game Theory

2016: Foundations of Utility and Risk

2015: Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory

2010: The 2nd Annual UECE Lisbon Meetings

Professional activities

Associate editor, Journal of Mathematical Economics (2017–  )

Referee for Econometrica, Economic Theory, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Theoretical Economics, Games and Economic BehaviorOptimization Letters, The Economic Record, and US National Science Foundation

Local organizing committee member for the Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory (2012)