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David Musto

Ronald O. Perelman Professor in Finance

Department Chair

Research Interests: capital markets, consumer credit, financial intermediation

Links: CV


  • Rich Evans, Christopher Geczy, David Musto, Adam V. Reed (2009), Failure is an Option: Impediments to Short Selling and Options Prices, Review of Financial Studies, Forthcoming.  Abstract
  • Philip Bond, David Musto, Bilge Yilmaz (2009), Predatory Mortgage Lending, Journal of Financial Economics, 94, 412 - 427.  Abstract
  • Christopher Geczy, Susan Christoffersen, David Musto, Adam Reed (2007), Vote Trading and Information Aggregation, Journal of Finance  Abstract
  • David Musto, Nicholas S. Souleles (2006), A Portfolio View of Consumer Credit, Journal of Monetary Economics, 53 (1), 59 - 84.  Abstract
  • Susan Christoffersen, Christopher Geczy, David Musto, Adam Reed (2005), Cross-Border Dividend Taxation and the Preferences of Taxable and Non-Taxable Investors: Evidence from Canada, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 78 (Issue 1), 121 - 144. doi: 10.1016/j.jfineco.2004.08.004.  Abstract
  • Simon Gervais, Anthony W. Lynch, David Musto (2005), Fund Families as Delegated Monitors of Money Managers, Review of Financial Studies, 18 (4), 1139 - 1169.  Abstract
  • David Musto (2004), What Happens when Information Leaves a Market? Evidence from Post-Bankruptcy Consumers, Journal of Business, 77 (4), 725 - 748.  Abstract
  • David Musto, Anthony W. Lynch (2003), How Investors Interpret Past Fund Returns, Journal of Finance, 58 (5), 2033 - 2058.  Abstract
  • David Musto, Bilge Yilmaz (2003), Trading and Voting, Journal of Political Economy, 111 (5), 990 - 1003.  Abstract
  • David Musto, Susan E. K. Christoffersen (2002), Demand Curves and the Pricing of Money Mangement, Review of Financial Studies, 15 (5), 1499 - 1524.  Abstract
  • Mark Carhart, Jennifer Carpenter, Anthony W. Lynch, David Musto (2002), Mutual Fund Survivorship, Review of Financial Studies, 15 (5), 1439 - 1463.  Abstract
  • Christopher Geczy, David Musto, Adam Reed (2002), Stocks are Special Too: An Analysis of the Equity Lending Market, Journal of Financial Economics, 241-269.  Abstract
  • Mark Carhart, Ron Kaniel, David Musto, Adam V. Reed (2002), Leaning for the Tape: Evidence of Gaming Behavior in Equity Mutual Funds, Journal of Finance, 57 (2), 66 - 693.  Abstract
  • David Musto (1999), Investment Decisions Depend on Portfolio Disclosures, Journal of Finance, 54 (3), 935 - 952.  Abstract
  • David Musto (1997), Portfolio Disclosures and Year-End Price Shifts, Journal of Finance, 52 (4), 1563 - 1588.  Abstract