Simone Righi is Senior Assistant Professor of Mathematical methods at the Department of Economics of Ca'Foscari University (Venice).
Dr. Righi is honorary lecturer at the University College London (Department of Computer Science, Financial Computing and Analytics group), as well as a research associate of the London School of Economics - Systemic Risk Center and of the UCL Center for Blockchain Technologies. He received his Ph.D at the University of Namur (Belgium). Before his current appointment, he worked at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, at the University of Bologna and and at University College London.
Dr. Righi uses evolutionary models, game theory and experimental methods to study how and why people, companies and institutions cooperate and how they interact on social networks.
Local Reputation, Local Selection, and the Leading Eight Norms