Marius Zoican is an Assistant Professor of Finance (on tenure track) at the University of Toronto from 2018. He is appointed with the Department of Management at UTM, and cross-appointed at the Rotman School of Management and the Institute for Management and Innovation. Previously, Marius held a position at Paris-Dauphine University in France from 2015. Marius’ research agenda focuses on theoretical and empirical market microstructure, and particularly on the impact of technology on securities exchanges. His research was published in leading academic journals (The Review of Financial Studies, Management Science, or Journal of Financial Markets), as well as covered by media outlets such as The Economist and Bloomberg News. Marius obtained academic grants for work in the field of financial technology, e.g., from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Canadian Securities Institute, and the French National Research Agency (ANR). He received several awards, including the Federation of European Securities Exchanges "De la Vega Award" (2016) for outstanding research in financial markets.
- Haas M., Khapko M., Zoican M. (2020), Speed and Learning in High-Frequency Auctions, Journal of Financial Markets 54 (June), 100583. Lead article.
- Khapko M., Zoican M. (2020), How Fast Should Trades Settle?, Management Science 66 (10), pages 4359-4919.
- Menkveld A., Zoican M. (2017), Need for Speed? Exchange Latency and Liquidity, The Review of Financial Studies, vol. 30, n°4, p. 1188-1228.
- Gornicka L., Zoican M. (2016), Too-International-to-Fail? Supranational Bank Resolution and Market Discipline, Journal of Banking and Finance, vol. 65, p. 41--58.