Gian Lorenzo graduated in 2020 with a PhD in Mathematics for Real-World Systems.
Evolutionary Game Theory, Markov Chains, Interacting Particle Systems and Network Theory
applications to Economics, Computational Economics and Agent-Based models
- MSc. in Mathematics for Real-World Systems (started in 2014)
- Master Degree in Economics(2014), awarded by Universita` di Bologna with a thesis on " Fiscal Devaluation in Countries with Large Underground Sectors"
- Bachelor's Degree in Economics and Finance(2012), awarded by Universita` di Bologna with a final dissertation on the role of Strategic Interaction in the European automotive market.
Fellowship and bursaries
- Bridges Leverhulme Fellowship PhD Fellowship on topics bridging mathematics and the social sciences (website)
- Bursary to attend UC Berkeley UCEAP Exchange program
WAGER - Warwick Agents and Games in Economic Research
Warwick Agents and Games in Economics Research (WAGER) is a fortnightly meeting for researchers interested in models of interacting economic agents.
Shared interest among the group revolve around Economics and Finance and comprise: (Evolutionary) Game Theory, Interacting Particle Systems, Networks, Opinion Dynamics and Agent Based modeling, with some bias toward the more theoretical and mathematical aspects.
Email: g dot l dot spisso at warwick dot ac dot uk
My complete CV can be found here