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Dr Jayant Ganguli

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Department of Economics
Dr Jayant Ganguli
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 872723

  • Location

    5B.311, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    12pm-1pm on Tuesday and Thursday during Spring Term 2020. For meeting during Autumn Term 2019 and Summer Term 2020, please email me.

Profile

Qualifications

  • PhD Economics Cornell University

  • MA Economics Delhi School of Economics,

  • BA (H) Economics Ramjas College, University of Delhi.

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Graduate Director, Research Students (PhD programme), Department of Economics, University of Essex (1/9/2016 - 1/9/2019)

  • Microeconomics research cluster leader, Department of Economics, University of Essex (1/9/2019 - present)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Economic theory

Open to supervise

Finance and banking

Open to supervise

Behavioural economics

Open to supervise

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Advanced Microeconomics (EC992)

Publications

Journal articles (6)

Illeditsch, PK., Ganguli, J. and Condie, S., Information Inertia. The Journal of Finance

Condie, S. and Ganguli, JV., (2017). The pricing effects of ambiguous private information. Journal of Economic Theory. 172, 512-557

Ganguli, J., Heifetz, A. and Lee, BS., (2016). Universal interactive preferences. Journal of Economic Theory. 162, 237-260

Condie, S. and Ganguli, JV., (2011). Ambiguity and Rational Expectations Equilibria. The Review of Economic Studies. 78 (3), 821-845

Condie, S. and Ganguli, JV., (2011). Informational efficiency with ambiguous information. Economic Theory. 48 (2-3), 229-242

Ganguli, JV. and Yang, L., (2009). Complementarities, Multiplicity, and Supply Information. Journal of the European Economic Association. 7 (1), 90-115

Conferences (1)

Ganguli, JV., (2007). Common p-belief and uncertainty

Grants and funding

2015

Ambiguity and its Implications in Finance and Macroeconomics

Bank of England

2013

Knightian Uncertainty, Informational Inefficiency and Financial Markets

INET

2012

Economic Implications of Ambiguity

Economic & Social Research Council

Contact

jganguli@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 872723

Location:

5B.311, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

12pm-1pm on Tuesday and Thursday during Spring Term 2020. For meeting during Autumn Term 2019 and Summer Term 2020, please email me.