I am a Professor of Economics at the Economics Programme and Chair of the School of Social Sciences at Nanyang Technological University (NTU).

I am an Associate Editor of the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (JEBO).

My research primarily revolves around Experimental and Behavioral Economics.

Click here to view my CV or to visit my official NTU website.

On this website, you can find more information about my background, research, and teaching activities.



"Incentivizing Organ Donation under Different Priority Rules: The Role of Information" (with Mengling Li) is accepted at Management Science. Here is the link.


"Prioritized Organ Allocation Rules under Compatibility Constraints" (with Mengling Li and Menghan Xu) is published at Games and Economic Behavior. Here is the link.


"Cooperation and Punishment Mechanisms in Uncertain and Dynamic Social Networks" (with Edo Gallo, Tat-How Teh, and Nilanjan Roy) is published at Games and Economic Behavior. Here is the link.

JET | Journal of Economic Theory | ScienceDirect.com by Elsevier  

"Sharing Idiosyncratic Risks Even Though Prices are Wrong" (with Edward Halim and Nilanjan Roy) is published at Journal of Economic Theory. Here is the link.

Handbook of Experimental Finance  

"Algorithmic Trading in Experimental Markets with Human Traders: A Literature Survey”, (with Te Bao, Elizavetta Nekrasova, and Tibor Neugebauer), appeared in Handbook of Experimental Finance (Sascha Füllbrunn and Ernan Haruvy (eds), Edward Elgar Publishing.


"Costly Information Acquisition, Social Networks, and Asset Prices: Experimental Evidence," Journal of Finance, Vol. 74, No. 4, pp. 1975-2010.


The winner of 2020 Vernon L. Smith Award for Excellence in Experimental Finance awarded by the Society of Experimental Finance

"Would You Pay for Transparently Useless Advice? A Test of Boundaries of Beliefs in the Folly of Prediction" (with Nattavudh Powdthavee), The Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 97, No. 2, pp. 257-272.


The 2016 Finalist of the Exeter Prize for Research in Experimental Economics, Decision Theory and Behavioral Economics (Awarded annually to the best paper published in the previous calendar year in peer-reviewed journal in the field of Experimental Economics, Decision Theory and Behavioral Economics.)



   Freakonomics Financial Times
  New Statesman  

I gave a talk at TEDxNTU way back in 2012 on behavioral economics and happiness. You can also click the thumbnail figure below to bring you to the clip.


I appeared on the "It Figures", a popular series on breaking down facts and data on a host of interesting (social) issues produced by Channel News Asia. In this episode I talk about Behavioral Nudges and Jaywalking (see IT Figures S5 EP 10 - from minutes 18:45 - 22:06). You can also click the thumbnail figure below to bring you to the clip..

CNA   IT Figures

I also appeared on the "Money Mind", another popular series providing tips for investors, business ideas for businessmen and comments on the economy, markets, companies, financial products, and trends (see Money Mind Ep. 30: The Power of Choice - from minutes 4:45 - 5:55). You can also click the thumbnail figure below to bring you to the clip.


Yohanes Eko Riyanto
Economics Programme

School of Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
48 Nanyang Avenue SHHK 05-56E
Singapore 639818
e-mail: yeriyanto@ntu.edu.sg


Yohanes E. Riyanto
Version June 2024

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My Photos

I took this photo shot in Siena (Italy). The sun was beaming nicely through this alley creating a wonderful lighting effect.

This was in Istanbul.


This was in Stockholm (Gamla Stan)