Fernando Vega Redondo

Fernando Vega Redondo

Decision Sciences & Business Analytics


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Curriculum Vitae

Licenciado en Económicas, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, June 1980.

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Minnesota, August 1984. Thesis supervisor: Professor Leonid Hurwicz.


Academic position and/or Professional activities

Full Professor of the Departement of Decision Sciences at Bocconi University

Teaching Assistant, University of Minnesota, 1982-84.

Assistant Professor, Universidad de Alicante, 1984-85.

Research Fellow, Instituto de Análisis Económico, C.S.I.C, Barcelona, 1986-90.

Visiting Scholar, Harvard University, 1987-88.

Research Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University of  Jerusalem, 1989-90.

Research Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, 1993.

Visiting Scholar, University of California-San Diego, 1995.

Visiting Scholar, Boston University, 1996.

Visiting Professor, Cornell University, 2006-7.

Professor, Universidad de Alicante, since 1990 (currently on leave).

Professor, University of Essex, 2004-2013.

Professor, European University Institute (Florence), 2007-2013

Professor, Università Bocconi, since September 2013

Editorial activities

Editorial board, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems: 2002-4.

Co-editor, Spanish Economic Review: 2001-5.

Associate editor, International Journal of Game Theory: 2007-

Associate editor, Games and Economic Behavior: 2010-

Guest editor, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA, 2012.

Associate editor, Network Science, 2012-

Associate editor, Journal of Complex Networks, 2012-

Professional recognition

Honorary Fellow of the Spanish Economic Association 2009-

Fellow of the Society for the Advance of Economic Theory, 2011.

Member of the Council, Game Theory Society, 2011-

Member of the Council, Society for Economic Science with Heterogenous Interacting Agents, 2011-

FUE prize for research in economics, 2011.


Research Interests

  • Game Theory
  • Evolutionary Theory
  • Learning and bounded rationality
  • Social networks