Sabrina Buti is a Professor of Finance at Paris Dauphine University since 2016. Before joining Dauphine, she was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. She obtained her PhD in Economics from Toulouse University in 2007. She was a Visiting Fellow at the Swedish Institute for Financial Research (SIFR) in 2006. Her research is focused on market microstructure and in particular on the optimal design and regulation of stock exchanges. She has been recently working at issues related to market transparency and to the growing magnitude of dark trading.
- Undisclosed Orders and Optimal Submission Strategies in a Limit Order Market (with B. Rindi), Journal of Financial Economics, 2013, Volume 109: 797-812.
- Dark Pool Trading Strategies, Market Quality and Welfare (with B. Rindi and I.M. Werner), Journal of Financial Economics, 2017, Volume 124: 244-265.
- Tick Size, Trading Strategies and Market Quality (with B. Rindi, I.M. Werner and Y. Wen), Management Science, 2022, Forthcoming.
- Diving into Dark Pools (with B. Rindi and I.M. Werner), Financial Management, 2022, Forthcoming.