This is the homepage of Alexandros (Alex) Rigos.

I am an economic theorist working at the Institute for Futures Studies in Stockholm. I am also affiliated with the Department of Economics at Lund University. I hold a PhD in Economics from the University of Leicester, which I earned in 2016.

My main research interests lie in information acquisition and information disclosure, and the evolution of behavior and preferences in strategic settings. In order to address questions therein, I use game theory as well as laboratory experiments to test the predictions of theoretical models.

Please have a look at my projects. You can also find my Google Scholar profile here.

You can download or view my CV in .pdf form here.


I am proud to have co-organised (along with Erik Mohlin) the Arne Ryde conference and mini course on Learning, Evolution, and Games (LEG2018) that took place in Lund during early June 2018. See the website for more information.

LEG2018 was the first of a series of conferences: LEG2019 took place at Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv, Israel and was organized by Yuval Heller; whereas LEG2021 will take place at IMT Lucca, Italy and be organized by Ennio Bilancini and Leonardo Boncinelli.