Philip J. Reny

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Philip J. Reny
Nationality United States
Institution University of Chicago
Field Economics
Alma mater Princeton University, University of Western Ontario, Carleton University
Information at IDEAS / RePEc

Philip J. Reny is the Hugo F. Sonnenschein Distinguished Service Professor in Economics and in the College at the University of Chicago. Reny is known as an economic theorist and perhaps is best known for the textbook Advanced microeconomic theory written jointly with Geoffrey A. Jehle. He is a member of The American Academy of Arts and Sciences (since 2015), and was the Head Editor of Journal of Political Economy.[1][2]

Selected publications[edit]

  • Jehle, G. A., & Reny, P. J. (2001). Advanced microeconomic theory. Boston: Addison-Wesley.
  • Reny, Philip J. (1992) "Rationality in extensive-form games." The Journal of Economic Perspectives 103–118.
  • Reny, Philip J. (1999) "On the existence of pure and mixed strategy Nash equilibria in discontinuous games." Econometrica 67.5 1029–1056.


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