Nick Georgantzis was born in Daphne in 1962 . He learned the most important things of his life from Mimi and Katie Georgantzi and teacher Kostas Rigas long before graduating from the Standard Evangelical School and finally the University of Piraeus. At the age of 25, he was making music for 5 plays while he worked as a pianist in various hotels, bars and restaurants, so he decided to see if the earth was really spherical. He took his two Masters in Economics, Swansea in Wales and the European University Institute in Florence where in 1993 defended his PhD thesis, applying the theory of oligopoly in the study of the Greek Pharmaceutical Industry. After his 6 months internship in Competition Commission in Brussels, he married his associate, Aurora García Castellón and moved to Spain, where they created a bilingual family with the help of their children. They also created one of the biggest Experimental Economics Laboratories in the world, which currently hosts 20 -member research team. The Spanish experience was enriched or interrupted with different visits to Greece (University of Crete and Ioannina), France (Paris II) and Cyprus. In 2008 he was awarded an Excellence Research Chair at the University of Granada, where he founded the Experimental Economics Laboratories AEGEAN. In October 2013he accepted the office of Behavioral Economics at the University of Reading in the UK, where he continues studying the fundamentals of the economy, such as those formed by human history, society, psychology and physiology.