BA (Chicago), PhD (Princeton)

Professor ANDREW McLENNAN is a Professor of Economics at the University of Queensland. Professor McLennan specialises in mathematical economics, with particular interest in game theory, fixed point theory, and computation of equilibria. His current interests include topics in financial economics, stochastic games, and algorithms and computational complexity. He is an associate editor of "Econometrica", "Games and Economic Behaviour", and the "International Journal of Game Theory", the chair of the Standing Committee of the Australasian Econometric Society, and a member of the Council of the Econometric Society and the Council of the Game Theory Society.

University of Toronto, Assistant Professor of Economics, 1980 - 1984

Cornell University, Assistant Professor of Economics, 1984 - 1987

University of Minnesota, Associate Professor of Economics, 1987 - 2000, Professor 2000 - 2005

University of Sydney, Professor of Economics, 2005 - 2007

University of Queensland, Professor, 2007 - present

  • Fellow of the Econometric Society, from 2007
  • ARC Professorial Fellowship, 2007 - 2012
  • Economic Theory Fellow, Society for the Promotion of Economic Theory, from 2011

Andrew McLennan (2007), (Entry in a dictionary) Fixed Point Theorems, in New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics (Second Edition), Steven N Durlauf and Lawrence E Blume (eds). Palgrave MacMillan: New York

Andrew McLennan (2011), Manipulation in Elections with Uncertain Preferences, in Journal of Mathematical Economics, 47, 370 - 375

Andrew McLennan, Paulo Klinger Monteiro and Rabee Tourky (2011), Games with Discontinuous Payoffs: A Strengthening of Reny's Existence Theorem, in Econometrica, 79, 1843 - 1664

Juan Carlos Carbajal, Andrew McLennan and Rabee Tourky (2013), Truthful Implementation of Preferences and Aggregation of Preferences in Flexible Domains, in Journal of Economic Theory, 148, 1074 - 1101

Hulya Eraslan and Andrew McLennan (2013), Uniqueness of Stationary Equilibrium Payoffs in Coalitional Bargaining, in Journal of Economic Theory, 148, 2195 - 2222