Browder proved the following fixed point theorem in his 1968 Mathematische Annelen paper (Theorem 1):

**Theorem.** Let $K$ be a non-empty compact convex subset of a topological vector space $E$ (where we assume that $E$ is separated but not necessarily locally convex). Let $T$ be a mapping of $K$ into $2^K$, where for each $x$ in $K$, $T(x)$ is a non- empty convex subset of $K$. Suppose further that for each $y$ in $K$, $T^{-1}(y) = \{x | x \in K , y \in T(x)\}$ is open in $K$. Then there exists $x_0$ in $K$ such that $x_0\in T(xo)$.

In the paper he assumed Hausdorff separation axiom, and in the proof of the theorem he explicitly used it.

I wonder whether this theorem can be generalized to non-Hausdorff topological vector spaces. If not, is there a counterexample?

This question is of interest to economics since Browder's fixed point theorem has been used to show the existence of an equilibrium in games. And it is not rare to see papers that work with general topological vector spaces (they explicitly mention they do not assume Hausdorff separation axiom).

The fixed point theory of multi-valued mappings in topological vector spacesMathematische Annalen, 1968, Volume 177, Number 4, Page 283 Felix E. Browder $\endgroup$ – Pietro Majer Sep 15 '13 at 9:15