About Me


I am a Ph.D. student in the Department of Economics at Johns Hopkins University. My research interests are in microeconomic and statistical theory with a focus on model misspecification, social learning, and decision theory.

From 2021-23, I was an Oskar Morgenstern Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center, George Mason University.

I am on the 2023-24 job market.

Job Market Paper


  1. Anderson, R. M., Duanmu, H., Ghosh, A., & Khan, M. A. (2023). On existence of Berk-Nash equilibria in misspecified Markov Decision Processes with infinite spaces. Feb 2024 Accepted, Journal of Economic Theory PDF

  2. Ghosh, A., Khan, M. A., & Uyanık, M. (2022). Continuity postulates and solvability axioms in economic theory and in mathematical psychology: A consolidation of the theory of individual choice. Theory and Decision, 94(2), 189-210. PDF

  3. Ghosh, A., Khan, M. A., & Uyanik, M. (2022). The intermediate value theorem and decision-making in psychology and economics: An expositional consolidation. Games, 13(4), 51. Invited survey for the special issue on Developing and Testing Theories of Decision Making. PDF

  4. Ghosh, A., & Khan, M. A. (2021). On a diversity of perspectives and world views: Learning under Bayesian vis-á-vis DeGroot updating. Economics Letters, 202, 109839. PDF

Working Papers

  1. Ghosh, A., Khan, M. A., & Uyanık, M. (2023). Separately convex and separately continuous preferences: On results of Schmeidler, Shafer, and Bergstrom-Parks-Rader. September 2023 Submitted PDF

  2. Ghosh, A., Khan, M. A., & Yasar, S. (2023). Some remarks on the role of group variances in stereotype formation. In works

  3. Anderson, R. M., Duanmu, H., Ghosh, A., & Khan, M. A. (2023). On the permissible and the forbidden: social Norms and the existence of a normative equilibrium. In works


Conferences and Upcoming Presentations