Marion Laboure

Marion Laboure

Marion Laboure is economist at Deutsche Bank Thematic Research team. She also lectures finance at Harvard University. Prior to joining Harvard, she also taught at Yale University, Sciences Po Paris and University Paris Dauphine. Marion worked as an economist at the Luxembourg Central Bank, the European Commission and Barclays and was also a fellow researcher at the International Monetary Fund. She authored several books on capital markets and fintech and won several awards for her research including twice the first prize from the US Society of Actuaries. 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 Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Finance from the University of Paris Dauphine. She speaks three languages and has lived and worked in five different countries.

Post Archive

04 January 2021
Despite specialized press coverage, little is known about the potential socioeconomic implications of financial decentralization. In this column, Marion Laboure and Juergen…
12 September 2018
Juergen Braunstein and Marion Laboure explore what countries moving to tax the tech giants could do next. Under Austria’s presidency the EU is stepping up plans for an EU wide…
03 July 2018
We are entering an era of increased competition between incumbents’ banks, insurance companies and fintechs. While banking and insurance business models haven’t evolved…
17 April 2018
Like revolutions in the past the on-going AI revolution will produce winners and losers. The first industrial revolution in the 18th century changed the world of production…
25 January 2018
As digital currencies make headlines in Davos, Juergen Braunstein, Marion Laboure and Clara Voluntiru explore their possible futures.   The speed in recent…
11 October 2016
Marion Labouré and Juergen Braunstein examine the structural drivers of recent turns towards populist and extremist politics, and offer Sweden as a role model. The recent Brexit…