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Journal Publications:

Under review

  1. Vriens, Szekely, Lipari, Antonioni, Sánchez, Tummolini, Andrighetto, Can pandemic risk promote cooperation and social norms? A before and after Covid-19 comparison in two long-term experiments, under review.

  2. Lipari, Antonioni, Lázaro, Escribano, Sánchez, When the Design of Climate Policy meets Public Acceptance: An Adaptive Multiplex Network Model, under review.

  3. Antonioni, Cabrales, Sánchez, Climate clubs: an experimental study of Nordhaus’ proposal to mitigate climate change, under review.


  4. Antonioni, Cabrales, Lipari, Sánchez (2022), Behavior, Decisions and Ecological Transition: Experimental Approaches with Policy Implications, Cuadernos Económicos 104: 31-62. [link]

  5. Lozano, Antonioni, Sánchez (2022), Conflicts May Lead Egalitarian to Hierarchical, but Cooperative, Societies, PNAS Nexus 2: 1-7, pgac283. [link]

  6. Oliver Huidobro, Antonioni, Lipari, Tamarit (2022), A Networked Global Economy: The Role of Social Capital in Economic Growth, PLoS ONE 17(8): e0273066. [link]

  7. Steinegger, Iacopini, Teixeira, Bracci, Casanova-Ferrer, Antonioni, Valdano (2022), Non-Selective Distribution of Infectious Disease Prevention May Outperform Risk-Based Targeting, Nature Communications 13: 3028. [link]


  8. Tomassini and Antonioni (2021), Computational Behavioral Models in Public Goods Games with Migration between Groups, Journal of Physics: Complexity 2(4): 045013. [link]

  9. Giardini, Vilone, Sánchez, Antonioni (2021), Gossip and Competitive Altruism Support Cooperation in a Public Good Game, Phys. Trans. R. Soc. B 376: 20200303. [link]

  10. Szekely*, Lipari*, Antonioni, Paolucci, Sánchez, Tummolini, Andrighetto (2021), Collective Risks Change Social Norms and Promote Cooperation: Evidence from a Long-Term Experiment, Nature Communications 12: 5452. *equal contribution [link]

  11. Cardoso, Meloni, Gracia-Lázaro, Antonioni, Cuesta, Sánchez, Moreno (2021), Framing in Multiple Public Goods Games and Donation to Charities, Royal Society Open Science 8: 202117. [link]

  12. Alventosa, Antonioni, Hernández (2021), Pool Punishment in Public Goods Games: How Do Sanctioners' Incentives Affect Us?, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 185: 513-537. [link]


  13. Balbi, Alvarez-Rodriguez, Latora, Antonioni, Villa (2020), A Game Theory Model to Explore the Role of Cooperation and Diversity in Community Food Security: The Case of Southern Malawi, Regional Environmental Change 20: 63. [link]

  14. Tomassini and Antonioni (2020), Public Goods Games on Coevolving Social Network Models, Frontiers in Physics 8: 58. [link]


  15. Pereda, Tamarit, Antonioni, Cuesta, Hernández, Sánchez (2019), Large Scale and Information Effects on Cooperation in Public Good Games, Scientific Reports 9: 15023. [link]

  16. Tomassini and Antonioni (2019), Computational Behavioral Models for Public Goods Games on Social Networks, Games 10(3): 35. [link]

  17. Antonioni, Martinez-Vaquero, Mathis, Peel, Stella (2019), Individual Perception Dynamics in Drunk Games, Physical Review E 99(5): 052311. [link]

  18. Lipari, Stella, Antonioni (2019), Investigating Peer and Sorting Effects within an Adaptive Multiplex Network Model, Games 10(2): 16. [link]


  19. Lozano, Antonioni, Tomassini, Sánchez (2018), Cooperation on Dynamic Networks within an Uncertain Reputation Environment, Scientific Reports 8: 9093. [link]

  20. Stella, Selakovic, Antonioni, Andreazzi (2018), Ecological Multiplex Interactions Determine the Role of Species for Parasite Spread Amplification, eLife 7: e32814. [link]

  21. Antonioni, Pereda, Cronin, Tomassini, Sánchez (2018), Collaborative Hierarchy Maintains Cooperation in Asymmetric Games, Scientific Reports 8: 5375. [link]


  22. Iotti, Antonioni, Bullock, Darabos, Tomassini, Giacobini (2017), Infection Dynamics on Spatial Small-World Network Models, Physical Review E 96(5): 052316. [link]

  23. Antonioni and Tomassini (2017), A Growing Social Network Model in Geographical Space, Journal of Statistical Mechanics: 093403. [link]

  24. Antonioni and Cardillo (2017), Coevolution of Synchronization and Cooperation in Costly Networked Interactions, Physical Review Letters 118: 238301. [link]


  25. Stella, Andreazzi, Selakovic, Goudarzi, Antonioni (2016), Parasite Spreading in Spatial Ecological Multiplex Networks, Journal of Complex Networks 5 (3), 486-511. [link]

  26. Antonioni, Sánchez, Tomassini (2016), Cooperation Survives and Cheating Pays in a Dynamic Network Structure with Unreliable Reputation, Scientific Reports 6: 27160. [link]

  27. Javarone, Antonioni, Caravelli (2016), Conformity-Driven Agents Support Ordered Phases in the Spatial Public Goods Game, EPL (Europhysics Letters), 114(3): 38001. [link]


  28. Antonioni, Tomassini, Sánchez (2015), Short-Range Mobility and the Evolution of Cooperation: An Experimental Study, Scientific Reports 5: 10282. [link]

  29. Tomassini and Antonioni (2015), Lévy Flights and Cooperation Among Mobile Individuals, Journal of Theoretical Biology 364: pp. 154-161. [link]


  30. Antonioni, Cacault, Lalive, Tomassini (2014), Know Thy Neighbor: Costly Information Can Hurt Cooperation in Dynamic Networks, PLoS ONE 9(10): e110788. [link]

  31. Antonioni, Sánchez, Tomassini (2014), Global Information and Mobility Support Coordination Among Humans, Scientific Reports 4: 6458. [link]

  32. Szolnoki, Antonioni, Tomassini, Perc (2014), Binary Birth-Death Dynamics and the Expansion of Cooperation by means of Self-Organized Growth, EPL (Europhysics Letters) 105(4): 48001. [link]

  33. Antonioni, Tomassini, Buesser (2014), Random Diffusion and Cooperation in Continuous Two-Dimensional Space, Journal of Theoretical Biology 344: pp. 40-48. [link]


  34. Buesser, Tomassini, Antonioni (2013), Opportunistic Migration in Spatial Evolutionary Games, Physical Review E 88(4): 042806. [link]

  35. Antonioni, Cacault, Lalive, Tomassini (2013), Coordination on Networks: Does Topology Matter?, PLoS ONE 8(2): e55033. [link]


  36. Antonioni and Tomassini (2012), Degree Correlations in Random Geometric Graphs, Physical Review E 86(3): 037101. [link]

  37. Antonioni and Tomassini (2012), Cooperation on Social Networks and Its Robustness, Advances in Complex Systems 15(1): 1250046. [link]


  38. Antonioni and Tomassini (2011), Network Fluctuations Hinder Cooperation in Evolutionary Games, PLoS ONE 6(10): e25555. [link]

Conference Proceedings:

  1. Oliver Huidobro, Antonioni, Lipari, Tamarit (2021), A Networked Global Economy: The Role of Social Capital in Economic Growth, Complex Networks 2021. [link]

  2. Antonioni, Bullock, Darabos, Giacobini, Iotti, Moore, Tomassini (2015), Contagion on Networks with Self-Organised Community Structure, ECAL 2015: pp. 183-190. [link]

  3. Antonioni, Bullock, Tomassini (2014), REDS: An Energy-Constrained Spatial Social Network Model, ALIFE 2014: pp. 368-375. [link]

  4. Antonioni, Egloff, Tomassini (2013), An Agent-Based Model for Spatial Social Networks, ECAL 2013: pp. 226-231. [link]

  5. Pestelacci, Tomassini, Antonioni (2011), Coordination Games on Small-Worlds: Artificial Agents vs. Experiments, ECAL 2011: pp. 654-661. [link]

  6. Antonioni, Enrici Bellom, Montabone, Venturino (2010), A Mathematical Model for the Bee Hive of Apis Mellifera, ICNAAM 2010: pp. 712-715. [link]

Complexity72h arXiv preprint:

  • Booker, Miranda, Moreno López, Ramos Fernández, Reddel, Widler, Zimmaro, AntonioniHan (2023), Emergence of Cooperation in the one-shot Prisoner’s Dilemma through Discriminatory and Samaritan AIs. [link]

  • Bernini, Blouzard, Bracci, Casanova, Iacopini, Steinegger, Teixeira, Antonioni, Valdano (2019), Evaluating the Impact of PrEP on HIV and Gonorrhea on a Networked Population of Female Sex Workers. [link]

Santa Fe Institute Complex Systems Summer School 2014 Proceedings:

  1. Antonioni, Martinez-Vaquero, Mathis, Peel, Stella (2014), Dynamical Game Theory, aka Drunk Game Theory (DGT). [link]

  2. Andreazzi, Antonioni, Goudarzi, Selakovic, Stella (2014), Disease Spreading on Ecological Multiplex Networks. [link]

  3. Marquitti, Wu, Martinez-Vaquero, Stella, Antonioni, Graebner, Krese (2014), Persistence of Pollination Systems. [link]

  4. Antonioni, Brummer, Edwards, Furtado, Holdener, Kalyuzhny, Lagesse, LaScala-Gruenewald, Liu, Mehta (2014), Can Simple Models Reproduce Complex Transportations Networks: Human Cities and Ant Colonies. [link]

Doctoral Thesis:

  • Antonioni (2015), Evolutionary Games in Networked Populations: Models and Experiments. [link]

Master Thesis:

  • Antonioni (2010), Classical NP-Complete Problems Associated to Logical Games.

Bachelor Thesis:

  • Antonioni (2008), The AKS Algorithm.

Assistant Professor,

Juan de la Cierva Research Fellow,

Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain

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