University Lecturer, Faculty of Economics
Fellow, Queens’ College
Edoardo Gallo gained his BA in Physics and Mathematics from Harvard University and his PhD in Economics from the University of Oxford in 2011 for research on the economics of networks. The primary theme of his research is to study the role of the structure of social networks in determining individual behaviour and economic outcomes. His research combines theoretical and experimental methods. At the moment the main focus of the research is the development of UbiquityLab, a novel platform to conduct large-scale online experiments with real-time interactions among participants.
He took up his post as University Lecturer in Cambridge in 2012. Dr Gallo's research interests are:
- Experimental Economics
- Behavioral Economics