Marco Loseto is a PhD student in Economics at the University of Chicago. His research agenda broadly lies at the intersection of Industrial Organization and Financial Economics. He uses theory and empirics to identify preferences and technology primitives that rationalize observed market outcomes and to assess the implications of the observed market structure for the welfare of market participants. His current project focuses on the asset management industry and studies how market shares, fees and the risk exposure of investment products (a measure of product differentiation) are jointly determined in equilibrium.
Before coming to Chicago, Marco obtained a MSc in Economics and Social Sciences from Bocconi University.