Aditya Chaudhry is a Ph.D. student in Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. His research uses sophisticated statistical and machine learning techniques as well as novel identification approaches to answer important questions in asset pricing and macrofinance. His current work explores the causal effect of subjective beliefs on equilibrium prices in financial markets through the lens of investor asset demand. This work ties into his broader agenda of investigating the sources and consequences of inelastic demand in asset markets.
Before coming to the University of Chicago, Aditya graduated from the University of Virginia with majors in Commerce and Mathematics.