Jayant V. Ganguli

University of Essex - Department of Economics

Wivenhoe Park

Colchester CO4 3SQ

United Kingdom

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1.

Complementarities, Multiplicity, and Supply Information

Journal of the European Economic Association, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 90-115, 2009
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 13 Jul 2006 Last Revised: 13 Aug 2011
Liyan Yang and Jayant V. Ganguli
University of Toronto - Rotman School of Management and University of Essex - Department of Economics
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Citation 12

Abstract:

CARA-normal, supply information, complementarities, multiplicity

2.

Information Inertia

Number of pages: 56 Posted: 16 Jun 2012 Last Revised: 12 Aug 2015
Scott Condie, Jayant V. Ganguli and Philipp K. Illeditsch
Brigham Young University - Department of Economics, University of Essex - Department of Economics and University of Pennsylvania - Finance Department
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Ambiguity Aversion, Knightian Uncertainty, Informational Efficiency, Information Inertia, Inattention to News, Public Information, Momentum, Predictability

3.

The Pricing Effects of Ambiguous Private Information

Number of pages: 72 Posted: 30 Sep 2012 Last Revised: 14 Jul 2017
Scott Condie and Jayant V. Ganguli
Brigham Young University - Department of Economics and University of Essex - Department of Economics
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Citation 3

Abstract:

ambiguity, partial revelation, asset pricing

4.

Universal Interactive Preferences

Number of pages: 33 Posted: 13 Nov 2012 Last Revised: 23 Dec 2015
Jayant V. Ganguli, Aviad Heifetz and Byung Soo Lee
University of Essex - Department of Economics, Open University of Israel - Department of Economics and Management and University of Toronto - Joseph L. Rotman School of Management - Business Economics
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Abstract:

universal type space, preferences, lexicographic expected utility