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Jose Rodrigues-Neto

Research School of Economics

Position: Associate Professor
Phone: +61 2 612 55633
Office: Room 1024, HW Arndt Bld (25A)

 Jose Rodrigues-Neto

Teaching responsibilities

Teaching and Supervision of Research Students:


Supervising multiple PhD and Honour students.


Some past research students are in top PhD programs in the USA, Australia, Asia and South America.


Introductory Mathematical Economics for undergraduate students (EMET1001) in semester 1, 2015 and 2016.


Introductory Mathematical Economics for postgraduate students (EMET7001) in semester 1, 2015 and 2016, and semester 2, 2017, 2018.


Intermediate Mathematical Economics (ECON2125 and ECON8013) in semester 2, 2015.


Game Theory (ECON8053/4453) in semester 2, 2016, 2017, 2018.


Advanced Game Theory (unofficial course) in semester 2, 2015.


Jose successfully taught PhD Microeconomics, Advanced Decision Theory, Intermediate Mathematical Economics, Linear Algebra, Calculus (Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced), Game Theory, and a popular introductory course on Behavioral Economics.


During his PhD years, Jose worked as a Teaching Assistant for many times in Introductory Microeconomics courses. Before the PhD Jose taught several math courses in Brazilian universities.


Teaching evaluations up to 4.7 (out of 5.0).


Jose has written about new technologies in higher education, about the lessons of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Economics, and have also reviewed important textbooks that university students use such as this and that one as well.




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