Arnav Sheth teaches mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is also an associate professor (on leave) and Director of the graduate Finance program at Saint Mary’s College of California, in Moraga, California, where he teaches courses on derivatives, corporate finance, investment management, and quantitative methods to working executives enrolled in the MBA and MS Finance programs.
Outside of teaching and administrating, Sheth enjoys researching areas at the cusp of academia and the practitioner world. He has several publications in journals such as the Journal of Investing, the Journal of Investment Strategies, Computational Economics, and more. He published his first book, Optimal Operating Strategies Under Stochastic Cash Flows, in 2011.
He consults with organizations via his firm, Gaji Analytics, and is currently a Research Adviser to BrightQuery, a startup in the alternative data space. He has an MA in experimental economics, an MBA in finance, and a PhD in quantitative finance from Rutgers University.