John Donaldson

Mario J. Gabelli Professor of Finance

Finance and Economics

BS, Lafayette, 1970; MS, Carnegie Mellon, 1972; MS, 1974; PhD, 1976

Joined CBS in 1977

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John Donaldson

Office
818 Uris

Phone
212-854-4436

E-mail
jd34@columbia.edu

Fax
212-662-8474

Teaching and research interest

Professor Donaldson teaches courses in basic finance and options. He focuses on business cycles and asset pricing, with a particular emphasis on the real side of the economy’s impact on equilibrium pricing of financial assets. His work has appeared in numerous professional journals, including the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Econometrica, the Journal of Economic Theory and the Journal of Monetary Economics.

Journal articles

A Note on the Recoverability and Uniqueness of Changing Tastes In Economics Letters (1981)
Author(s): John Donaldson, Larry Selden

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Arrow-Debreu Preferences and the Reopening of Contingent Claims Markets In Economics Letters (1981)
Author(s): John Donaldson, Larry Selden

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Books

Intermediate Finance (2001)
Author(s): John Donaldson, Jean-Pierre Danthine

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Working Papers

Shimer Meets the Production Based Asset Pricing Crowd: Labor Search and Asset Returns Working paper (2011)
Author(s): John Donaldson, Hyung Seok Eric Kim

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Executive Compensation: Salary vs. Incentive Pay: An Inconvenient Truth Working paper (2010)
Author(s): John Donaldson, Jean-Pierre Danthine, Natalia Gershun

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Equilibrium Impact of Demographic Changes on Asset Prices Working paper (2010)
Author(s): John Donaldson, Angela Maddaloni, Rajnish Mehra

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Some Unpleasant General Equilibrium Implications of Executive Incentive Compensation Contracts Working Paper No, 15165 (2010)
Author(s): John Donaldson, Marc Giannoni, Natalia Gershun

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