At Syracuse, Losak teaches Sport Economics and Sport Data Analysis. Prior to SU, he served as a graduate assistant and Koch Fellow in the John E. Walker Department of Economics at Clemson University, completing his Ph.D. in economics before age 25. In the sports industry, he was a baseball analytics consultant for Wasserman Media Group, marketing analytics consultant for The Madison Square Garden Company, and analytics intern for the Auburn Doubledays.
Losak’s research focus is in sports economics, particularly sport labor markets and betting markets. He is published in Managerial Finance and in the Academy of Economics and Finance Journal. He has given several conference presentations, including the 2020 SABR Analytics Conference, First NAASE Virtual Economics Conference, 2020 North American Association of Sports Economists Virtual Conference, 2020 Eastern Economic Association meetings, and the 2019 European Sport Economic Association conference in Gijon, Spain.
Losak earned his Ph.D. in economics from Clemson University in 2019 and his Bachelor of Science in sport management from Syracuse University in 2016.