This is the homepage of Alexandros (Alex) Rigos.
I completed my PhD studies in Economics in 2016 under the supervision of Professors Martin Kaae Jensen and Chris Wallace at the University of Leicester.
My main research interests lie in the areas of evolutionary game theory and information economics (especially information acquisition and disclosure). I have also designed laboratory experiments to test the predictions of theoretical models. Other research interests include the co-evolution of institutions and behaviour, learning in games, and collective decision-making under uncertainty. 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 currently in charge of the Microeconomics: Theory and Experiments seminar series in Lund. Please contact me if you are interested in giving a micro seminar here.
I am proud to have co-organised 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 the amazing list of presenters!