I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, Statistics
and Social Sciences of the
I hold a Ph.D. in Economics
from the European University Institute (with a period as a Visiting Scholar
at UC, Berkeley). After the Ph.D. I moved to the
For a complete Curriculum Vitae click here. Contacts: andrea.gallice(at)unito.it, andrea.gallice(at)carloalberto.org
Recent Working Papers and Work in Progress
"A Dynamic Model of Educational Investment and Social Status", joint with Edoardo Grillo, in progress.
"On the Actual Profitability of Price Reveal Auctions", in progress.
"The Neglected Effects of Demand Characteristics on the Sustainability of Collusion ", Research in Economics, 64 (4), pp. 240-246, 2010. [link]
Note: a previous version appears as CEPR Discussion Paper No. 6975.
"Education, Dynamic Signalling and Social Distance", Oxford Economic Papers, 61 (2), pp. 304-326, 2009. [abstract] [link]
Note: a previous (substantially different) version appears as
Discussion Paper No. 1364. [link] Munich
"Best Responding to What? A Behavioural Approach to One Shot Play in 2x2 Games", in Games, Rationality and Behaviour. Essays on Behavioural Game Theory and Experiments,
(eds. A. Innocenti and P. Sbriglia), Palgrave McMillan,
, pp. 184-203, 2008. [abstract] New York
Note: a previous (quite similar) version appeared as
Discussion Paper No. 1365 [link], while an older (and somehow more complex) version appeared with the title "Predicting One Shot Play Munich
in 2x2 Games using Beliefs based on Minimax Regret" as FEEM working paper 31/06. [link]
"Some Equivalence Results between Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibria and Minimax Regret in 2x2 Games", Economics Bulletin, 3 (28), pp. 1-8, 2007. [
"Un Bilancio dell’Esperienza UMTS in Europa: fu Collusione?", Mercato Concorrenza Regole, 2, pp. 309-328, 2002. [abstract]
"Three Essays on Behavioral and Applied Game Theory", Ph.D. Thesis, European University Institute, DOI: 10.2870/89587, 2007. [link]
"Asymmetries among Bidders: the Issue of Entry in First Price Auctions", M.Sc. Thesis, University College of London, 2002.
On line since 30/09/07 - Last update 17/03/14 - (c) Andrea Gallice, 2007-2014