- Applied Economic Theory: Industrial Organization, Public Economics, Law and Economics
- Game Theory
- Fiorini, L.C. and Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., Self-Consistency, Consistency and Cycles in Non-Partitional Knowledge Models, Mathematical Social Sciences 87 (2017), 11-21.
- Maldonado, W.L. and Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., Beliefs and Public Good Provision with Anonymous Contributors, Journal of Public Economic Theory 18-5 (2016), 691-708.
- Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., Monotonic Knowledge Models, Cycles, Linear Versions and Auctions with Differential, Finite Information, The Economic Record 91, Issue Supplement S1 (2015), 25-37.
- Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., Monotonic Models and Cycles, International Journal of Game Theory 43, Issue 2 (2014), 403-413.
- Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., On corruption, bribes and the exchange of favors, Economic Modelling 38 (2014), 152-162.
- Mazali, R. and Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., Dress to Impress: Brands as Status Symbols, Games and Economic Behavior 82 (2013), 103-131.
- Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., Acyclic Roommates, Economics Letters 118 (2013), 304-306.
- Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., The Cycles Approach, Journal of Mathematical Economics 48 (2012), 207-211.
- Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., From Posteriors to Priors via Cycles, Journal of Economic Theory 144 (2009), 876-883.
- Rodrigues-Neto, J.A., Representing Roommates' Preferences with Symmetric Utilities, Journal of Economic Theory 135 (2007), 545-550.
Editor of the 'Game Theory and Applications' theme of the Applied and Theoretical Economics Network.
Deputy Director (Research).
Member of the CBE Research and HDR Committee.
Head of the RSE Research and HDR Committee.
Coordinator of all RSE masters and diplomas.
Member of RSE Teaching and Learning Committee.
Coordinator of the ANU Working Papers Series in Economics and Econometrics.
Past ERA four digit code 1401 (Economic Theory), ANU representative member.
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, and Asia.
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.
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.