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Research Interests

Experimental economics, networks, behavioural economics


A.B. Harvard University (Physics and Mathematics); M.Phil., D.Phil. University of Oxford (Economics)

Recent Publications

Published Papers

Gallo, E., Riyanto, Y. E., Roy, N. and Teh, T-H Cooperation and Punishment Mechanisms in Uncertain and Dynamic Social Networks , Games and Economic Behavior, forthcoming vol 134 (2022) pp. 75-103
Gallo, E. and Yan, C. Efficiency and Equilibrium in Network Games: An Experiment, Review of Economics and Statistics, accepted (2022) pp. 1-44
Gallo, E. Communication Networks in Markets, European Economic Review vol 129 no. 103545 (2020)
Gallo, E., Riyanto, Y. E., Teh, T. and Roy, N. Strong Links Promote the Emergence of Cooperative Elites, Scientific Reports (Nature) vol 9 no. 10857 (2019)
Dessi, R., Gallo, E. and Goyal, S. Network Cognition, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization vol 123 (2016) pp. 78-96

Cambridge Working Papers in Economics

Gallo, E. and Langtry, A. Social networks, confirmation bias and shock elections, (2020) CWPE2099
Gallo, E. and Yan, C. Efficiency and equilibrium in network games: An experiment, (2015) CWPE1546
Choi, S., Gallo, E. and Kariv, S. Networks in the laboratory, (2015) CWPE1551
Gallo, E. Communication networks in markets, (2014) CWPE1431
Dessi, R., Gallo, E. and Goyal, S. Network Cognition, (2014) CWPE1462

Chapter in Book

Choi, S. Gallo, E. and Kariv, S. Networks in the laboratory, (2016) in the book: The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Networks - Oxford University Press

Recent Activities

Racism in Football
Dr. Edoardo Gallo was interviewed by Weekendavisen to discuss racism in football and his research on implicit discrimination.
Published on - Friday 16th July 2021

Election Shock: Social Networks and Confirmation Bias
The prominent role of social media in elections exacerbates the tendency of voters to disregard information contrary to their beliefs, according to two University of Cambridge researchers. Dr Edoardo Gallo and Alastair Langtry in the new working paper 'Social networks, Confirmation Bias and Shock Elections' suggest this behaviour risks shock election outcomes, and pushes fringe media organisations to take even more extreme standpoints.
Published on - Monday 2nd November 2020

Large Scale Experiments Webinar Series - Edoardo Gallo
Cambridge-INET, Prof. Sanjeev Goyal and Dr. Frederic Moisan are hosting a series of webinars on "Large Scale Experiments". The seventh webinar of this series will be given by Edoardo Gallo (University of Cambridge) on "Fines and Progressive Ideology Trump Informational Campaigns in Promoting Social Distancing" and will take place on Thursday 30th July 2020, at 2.00pm.
Published on - Tuesday 16th June 2020

Monetary Networks - Project
Dr Edoardo Gallo has been awarded a grant by the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) for a project on "Monetary networks". The project is led by Dr. Gallo as principal investigator (PI) in collaboration with Professor Maria Bigoni (University of Bologna) and Professor Gabriele Camera (Chapman University).
Published on - Sunday 24th May 2020

Cambridge Networks Day (CNDay)
CNDay is a one day, interdisciplinary meeting on complex networks and their applications organised by the Cambridge Networks Network. The event will be held on the 29th August 2019, from 9.30am-5.30pm, in Sainsbury Laboratory, Bateman Street, Cambridge and is supported by The Alan Turing Institute, Cambridge Big Data and King's College Cambridge.
Event Date - Thursday 29th August 2019

Dr. Edoardo Gallo awarded an Early Career Fellowship from CRASSH
The Early Career Fellowship scheme at CRASSH, jointly funded by the Isaac Newton Trust and the Schools of Arts & Humanities and Humanities & Social Sciences, allows Cambridge University Teaching Officers and College Teaching Officers to apply for an additional term of research leave in order to develop a new research project.
Published on - Saturday 1st April 2017

Research Grants

Monetary Networks (IFREE)
A Platform For Interactive Online Experiments (ISAAC NEWTON TRUST)

Keynes Fund Sponsored Projects

Gallo, E., Social Networks Structure and Economic Outcomes (JHLF)
Gallo, E., UbiquityLab: A Platform for Large-Scale Online Experiments with Real-Time Interactions Among Participants * (JHLK)
Gallo, E., Monetary Networks (JHUR)

*co-finance with Newton Trust (Gallo - UbiquityLab)


Diploma Paper 1 - Microeconomics
MPhil F520 - Behavioural Finance
PHD 40 - How to do Economics

PhD Students


Darija Halatova
PhD Title: Essays in Experimental Economics
Rebecca Heath
PhD Title:
Research: Image Concerns and Online Social Networks


Darren Hoover
PhD Title:
Research: The Dynamics of Network Formation over Physical Spaces

Dr Edoardo Gallo

University Associate Professor

Research Group:
Microeconomic Theory

CV: Curriculum Vitae

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College: Fellow of Magdalene College