Edoardo Gallo is a University Lecturer at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge and the Ajit Singh Official Fellow in Economics at Queens’ College, Cambridge. He is also an Associate Member at Nuffield College (Oxford) and a Fellow at the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance.
His research sits at the intersection of the economics of networks, experimental economics and behavioural economics. The fundamental question it investigates is how the structure of social networks causally affects individual behaviour and economic outcomes in a wide range of contexts. Methodologically, it combines theoretical, experimental, and empirical methods.
Prior to coming to Cambridge, he was a Junior Research Fellow at Christ Church (Oxford) and completed his D.Phil. in Economics at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, and his A.B. in Physics and Mathematics at Harvard University.