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Assistant Professor of Finance

INSEAD Europe Campus

Fontainebleau France

naveen.gondhi@insead.edu

Member of Finance Theory Group and Macro Finance Society

Naveen Gondhi is an Assistant Professor of Finance at INSEAD. He is also a member of Finance Theory Group and Macro Finance Society.

Gondhi's main research interests are broadly in information economics, especially market structure and asset pricing.

He holds a B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from IIT Madras and a PhD in Finance from Kellogg School of Management.

Published and Working papers


  1. When transparency improves, must prices reflect fundamentals better? (with Snehal Banerjee and Jesse Davis), The Review of Financial Studies, 31.6 (2018): 2377-2414. .

  2. Funding Constraints and Informational Efficiency (with Sergei Glebkin and John Kuong), The Review of Financial Studies 34.9 (2021): 4269-4322.

  3. Choosing to Disagree in Financial Markets (with Snehal Banerjee and Jesse Davis) — — Slides Forthcoming The Journal of Finance

  4. Learning in financial markets: implications for debt-equity conflicts (with Jesse Davis) Accepted The Review of Financial Studies

    • Best paper award at ISB Summer Research conference

  5. Rational Inattention, Misallocation, and the Aggregate Economy R&R The Journal of Monetary Economics

    • Cubist Systematic Strategies award at WFA

  6. Motivated beliefs in Coordination games with Snehal Banerjee and Jesse Davis --Slides R&R The Journal of Political Economy

  7. The Man(ager) Who Knew Too Much (with Snehal Banerjee and Jesse Davis) -- Slides

  8. Incentivizing effort and informing investment: the dual role of stock prices with Snehal Banerjee and Jesse Davis


Recent conference discussions

  1. Identifying price informativeness, Eduardo Davila and Cecilia Parlatorre

  2. Investment under Up- and Downstream Uncertainty, Fotis Grigoris and Gill Segal

  3. Uncertainty and Contracting in Organizations, David Dicks and Paolo Fulgheiri INSEAD Finance Symposium

  4. "Information cascades and Threshold Implementation" Adam smith woskshop 2019

  5. "Learning and the Capital Age Premium" at Midwest Finance Assocaition 2019

  6. "Managerial Short-Termism and Market Competition" SFS Cavalcade 2018

  7. "Aggregate Risk, Bank Competition and Regulation in General Equilibrium" ISB Summer Research conference 2018.

  8. "Costly Interpretation of Asset Prices" GSE Barcelona Summer Forum 2017.