David K Musto
David Musto is the Ronald O. Perelman Professor in Finance and Department Chair. His research interests include: capital markets, consumer credit, financial intermediation.
University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business, Finance, Ph.D. 1995; Yale University, Economics, B.A. 1987
Ronald O. Perelman Professor in Finance, Department Chair
Geczy, Chris, Jeffers, Jessica, Musto, David K., and Anne M. Tucker (2015). Institutional Investing when Shareholders are Not Supreme, Harvard Business Law Review, 5(1), 73-139.
Christoffersen, Susan; Musto, David K. and Russ Wermers (2014). Investor Flows to Asset Managers: Causes and Consequences, in the Annual Review of Financial Economics volume 6, 289-310.
Christoffersen, Susan; Evans, Richard, and David K. Musto (2013). What do Consumers’ Fund Flows Maximize? Evidence from their Brokers’ Incentives, Journal of Finance, 68(1), 201-235.
Musto, David K. (2011). The Economics of Mutual Funds, in the Annual Review of Financial Economics volume 3, 159-172.