Professor of Economics at London Business School
Professor Andrea Galeotti is an expert in microeconomics, industrial organisation and game theory. His research focuses on the economics of networks, with a particular interest in business strategies in network industries.
He was most recently Professor of Economics at the European University Institute in Florence. His papers have been published in journals including The Review of Economic Studies and The American Economic Review. He is the holder of the Leverhulme Prize 2011 for the best economist in the U.K. under the age of 35 and he is a recipient of a European Research Starting Grant in 2011 and a European Research Consolidator Grant in 2017.
Professor Galeotti is managing editor of The Economic Journal (until December 2018) and as of January 2019 will be the co-editor of The Review of Economic Studies. He holds a PhD in Economics from Tinbergen Institute, Erasmus University and a BSc in Economics from Bocconi University.
Professor Galeotti’s research on the economic impact of the pandemic has been featured in the Wheeler Institute COVID-19 webinar series that specifically addresses the re-opening of the UK economy, UK policy making and the health of UK residents.