Andrea Gallice



I am an Assistant Professor at the ESOMAS department of the University of Torino and a Research Affiliate of the Collegio Carlo Alberto. My areas of research are Game Theory, Industrial Organization, and Political Economy.

I hold a Ph.D. in Economics from the European University Institute (with a period as a Visiting Scholar at UC, Berkeley). After the Ph.D., I moved to the University of Munich as a Marie Curie Fellow in the framework of the CEPR/ENABLE network. I have also been a Research Fellow at the International Centre for Economic Research and a Postdoc at the University of Siena. I am currently teaching the course "Microeconomic Analysis" at the School of Management and Economics of the University of Torino.

For a complete Curriculum Vitae click here. Contact: andrea.gallice(at)

See below for a list of working papers and publications.

Working Papers

Economic and Social-Class Voting in a Model of Redistribution with Social Concerns, joint with Edoardo Grillo (March 2018).  [link]  [data appendix] 

Cooperation in Social Dilemmas through Position Uncertainty, joint with Ignacio Monzón (December 2017).  [link] 

Bankruptcy Problems with Reference-Dependent Preferences, R&R at IJGT.  [link]

Curious about the Price? Consumers’ Behavior in Price Reveal Auctions, joint with Giuseppe Sorrenti.  [link]

Strategic Announcements of Reference Points in Disputes and Litigations.  [link]

Self-Serving Biased Reference Points.  [link]

Lowest Unique Bid Auctions with Signals.  [link]

Some Social Welfare Implications of Behavioral Preferences.  [link]



Articles in Refereed Journals

A Model of Educational Investment, Social Concerns and Inequality (with Edoardo Grillo), The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, forthcoming.  [link]  [online appendix]  [data appendix] 

An Approximate Solution to Rent-Seeking Contests with Private Information, European Journal of Operational Research, 256 (2), 673-684, 2017. [link]

Price Reveal Auctions, The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, 16 (2), pp. 485-514, 2016. [link]

Optimal stealing time, Theory and Decision, 80 (3), pp. 451-462, 2016. [link]

Equilibrium Selection through pu-Dominance, Economic Theory Bulletin, 3 (1), pp. 53-64, 2015. [link]

The Neglected Effects of Demand Characteristics on the Sustainability of Collusion, Research in Economics, 64 (4), pp. 240-246, 2010. [link]

Education, Dynamic Signalling and Social Distance, Oxford Economic Papers, 61 (2), pp. 304-326, 2009.  [link]
Some Equivalence Results between Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibria and Minimax Regret in 2x2 Games, Economics Bulletin, 3 (28), pp. 1-8, 2007. [link]
Un Bilancio dell’Esperienza UMTS in Europa: fu Collusione?, Mercato Concorrenza Regole, 2, pp. 309-328, 2002.   [link]

Chapters in Books

What Economic Theory Can (and Cannot) Say about Local Regulation, in The Political Economy of Local Regulation, (eds. A. Asquer, F. Becchis and D. Russolillo), Palgrave McMillan, New York, pp. 113-126, 2016.

Best Responding to What? A Behavioural Approach to One Shot Play in 2x2 Games, in Games, Rationality and Behaviour. Essays on Behavioural Game Theory and Experiments,
(eds. A. Innocenti and P. Sbriglia), Palgrave McMillan, New York, pp. 184-203, 2008.

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