Research AreasRational expectations
Difference of opinions
Industry AreasFinancial markets
Banerjee's research interests include information, learning and disagreement in financial markets, liquidity, behavioral finance and asset pricing. His current research involves studying the effects of uncertainty about other investors on asset prices.
Banerjee earned his Ph.D. from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business and his B.A. in Economics, Mathematics and Computer Science from Brandeis University. Prior to his arrival at the Rady School, Banerjee was an Associate Professor of Finance at the Kellogg School of Management.
Signal or noise? Uncertainty and learning about whether other traders are informed (with Brett Green), Journal of Financial Economics, 2015, 117(2):398-423
Trading in Derivatives when the Underlying is Scarce (with Jeremy Graveline), Journal of Financial Economics, 2014, 111(3):589-608
The Cost of Short-Selling Liquid Securities (with Jeremy Graveline), Journal of Finance, 2013, 68(2):637-664
Factor-loading Uncertainty and Expected Returns (with Chris Armstrong and Carlos Corona), Review of Financial Studies, 2013, 26(1):158-207
Learning from Prices and the Dispersion in Beliefs, Review of Financial Studies, 2011, 24(9):3025-3068
Disagreement and Learning: Dynamic Patterns of Trade (with Ilan Kremer), Journal of Finance, 2010, 65(4):1269-1302
Price Drift as an Outcome of Differences in Higher Order Beliefs (with Ron Kaniel and Ilan Kremer), Review of Financial Studies, 2009, 22(9):3707-3734
Dynamic Information Acquisition and Strategic Trading (with Bradyn Breon-Drish)
Conceal to Coordinate (with Taejin Kim and Vishal Mangla)
When transparency improves, must prices reflect fundamentals better? (with Jesse Davis and Naveen Gondhi)
Transparency versus Tone: Public Communication with Limited Commitment (with Qingmin Liu)