Welcome to my personal web page!

I am a Lecturer (equivalent to a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the US)  at the Department of Economics, University of Cyprus and a founding member of UCY LExEcon, the Laboratory for Experimental Economics at the University of Cyprus.

I received my Ph.D. in Economics from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, under the supervision of Antonio Cabrales.

My research spans across microeconomic theory, game theory and a broad range of their applications, with a special focus on the study of social and economic networks.

Currently, I am particularly interested in problems related to strategic communication and to processes of opinion formation under social interactions.

Here is a quick link to my CV

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at tsakas.nikolaos(at)ucy.ac.cy !

Latest News:

(Nov 2017) New working paper, together with Dimitrios Xefteris: "Electoral Competition with Third Party Entry in the Lab" , [ssrn link].

(Oct 2017) New Publication: "On Decay Centrality" got accepted for publication in The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics.
[ssrn link - link to the article to be added soon].

(Oct 2017) New working paper, together with Christos Mavridis: "Social Capital, Communication Channels and Opinion Formation" , [ssrn link].

(Sep 2017) New working paper, together with Elias Tsakas and Dimitrios Xefteris: "Resisting Persuasion" , [ssrn link].

(Jul 2017) Revised working paper, together with Elias Tsakas: "Noisy Persuasion" , [ssrn link].

(May 2017) New Publication"Diffusion by Imitation: The Importance of Targeting Agents", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2017), 139, 118-151, [link to article].

(April 2017) Revised Working Paper, together with Philippos Louis and Orestis Troumpounis, "Communication and the Emergence of a Unidimensional World", [ssrn link].