Antonio Nicolò

Associate Professor of Economics
University of Padua
Visiting Scholar
3/26/12 6/3/12

Antonio Nicolò's research interests include mechanism design, social choice, contracts and incentives, industrial organization and political economy. His recent work includes exploring the concept of no-envy and minimal rights and recurisve no-envy. He also has studied matching issues and preferences related to organ transplantation.

Nicolò held several visiting positions at institutions such as the Indian Statistical Institute, the University of Rochester, Northwestern University and the California Institute of Technology. He is the Secretary of ASSET (Association of Southern European Economic Theorists), as well as the Deputy Head of the Graduate School in Economics and Management at the University of Padua.

Nicolò earned his PhD in Economics at the Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona in Spain.