ANDREA GUIDO

PhD Candidate / Experimental Economics / Anthropolab

PhD student in Experimental Economics @ Laboratory for Experimental Anthropology, Catholic University of Lille

Supervisors: Giuseppe Attanasi and Rustam Romaniuc

My research interests embrace the Determinants of Human Cooperation and Trust. In particular, I am interested in studying the role of institutions to solve the unravelling of cooperation in social dilemmas.

So far, I have addressed my research agenda to:

  • endogenous and exogenous group formation mechanisms as means for sustaining high cooperation levels among like-minded partners
  • reciprocity-based relations in (networked and standard) gift-exchange games
  • evolution of cooperation and social network of small-knit communities