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
The Wharton School
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.