Marion Laboure is an analyst in the Thematic Research team covering technology at Deutsche Bank. She is also a lecturer in finance and economics at Harvard University and Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Prior to this, she worked as an economist at Harvard University, the Luxembourg Central Bank, the European Commission and Barclays. She was also a fellow researcher at the International Monetary Fund and the author of books covering capital markets and financial technology. Marion holds a PhD in Economics from the Ecole Normale Superieure, and a Master’s degree in Economics from the London School of Economics, as well as a Master in Finance from the University of Paris Dauphine.
- Podcast Episode: When digital currencies become mainstream, Deutsche Bank April 2021
- The House View: A New Chapter for the Global Economy, Deutsche Bank March 2021
- The Future of Payments Series 2 Part III: Bitcoins: Can the Tinkerbell Effect Become a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy?, Deutsche Bank March 2021
- Democratizing Finance (Fintech – La finance pour tous), Economica 2019
- Pensions: The impact of migrations and cross-border workers in a small open economy, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 18(2), 247-270, 2019
- The Disruptive Impact of FinTech on Retirement Systems ; book chapter: The Emergence of the Robo-advisor, Oxford University Press, 2019
- The Emergence of the Robo-advisor, WP 2018-12, Wharton University of Pennsylvania, 2018
- Automated Advice, Essay, First prize of the US Society of Actuaries, 2018
- Does Government Expenditure Matter for Economic Growth? , Global Policy, 9: 203-215, 2018
- The Rise of Silicon China, Project Syndicate, 2018
- Investment in Capital Structure (Strategies for Debt/Equity Arbitrage), Economica, 2017
- Debt/equity arbitrage (Investissement et Structure de Capital), Economica 2017
- Windfall Revenues in Europe: What’s Next?
- Democratising finance: The digital wealth management revolution, VoxEU, 2017
- Blockchain: Investment (R)Evolution For Developing Markets, Forbes, 2017