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Journal Publications:

Under review

  1. Ibrahimli, Tomassini, AntonioniMigration costs and rewarding schemes in spatial public goods games, under review.

  2. 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.

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

    2024

     

  4. Lipari, Lázaro-Touza, Escribano, Sánchez, Antonioni (2024), When the Design of Climate Policy meets Public Acceptance: An Adaptive Multiplex Network Model, Ecological Economics 217 (2024): 108084. [link]

    2023
     

  5. Lozano, Antonioni, Sánchez (2023), Conflicts May Lead Egalitarian to Hierarchical, but Cooperative, Societies, PNAS Nexus 2: 1-7, pgac283. [link]

    2022

     

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

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

  8. 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]

    2021

     

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

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

  11. 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]

  12. 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]

  13. 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]

    2020

     

  14. 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]

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

    2019

     

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

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

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

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

    2018

     

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

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

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

    2017

     

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

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

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

    2016

     

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

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

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

    2015

     

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

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

    2014

     

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

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

  33. 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]

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

    2013

     

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

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

    2012

     

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

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

    2011

     

  39. 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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