Matthias Weber
TitleCited byYear
Monetary policy under behavioral expectations: Theory and experiment
C Hommes, D Massaro, M Weber
European Economic Review 118, 193-212, 2019
The non‐equivalence of labour market taxes: A real‐effort experiment
M Weber, A Schram
The Economic Journal 127 (604), 2187–2215, 2017
Choosing the rules: Preferences over voting systems for assemblies of representatives
M Weber
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2019
An Experimental Study of Bond Market Pricing
M Weber, J Duffy, A Schram
The Journal of Finance 73 (4), 1857–1892, 2018
Mostly Sunny: A Forecast of Tomorrow’s Power Index Research
S Kurz, N Maaser, S Napel, M Weber
Homo Oeconomicus 32 (1), 133–146, 2015
The effects of listing authors in alphabetical order: A review of the empirical evidence
M Weber
Research Evaluation 27 (3), 238–245, 2018
The behavioral economics of currency unions: Economic integration and monetary policy
A Bertasiute, D Massaro, M Weber
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 103850, 2020
Two-tier voting: Measuring inequality and specifying the inverse power problem
M Weber
Mathematical Social Sciences 79, 40–45, 2016
Experience does not eliminate bubbles: Experimental evidence
A Kopányi-Peuker, M Weber
University of St. Gallen, School of Finance Research Paper, 2019
Network-constrained covariate coefficient and connection sign estimation
M Weber, J Striaukas, M Schumacher, H Binder
Bank of Lithuania Discussion Paper No 8/2018, 2018
Comment on'Does Your Surname Affect the Citability of Your Publications'
M Weber
Journal of Informetrics 11 (3), 835-837, 2017
Income Tax or Employer's Contribution–an Experiment on the Perception of'Economically Equivalent'Duties
M Weber
Simultaneous Estimation of Covariate Coefficients and Connection Signs
M Weber
Diplomarbeit, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Freiburg, 2009
Credit default swap regulation in experimental bond markets
M Weber, J Duffy, AJHC Schram
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 2019-039/I, 2019
Alphabetical name ordering is discriminatory and harmful to collaborations
M Weber
LSE Impact Blog, 2018
Two-Tier Voting: Solving the Inverse Power Problem and Measuring Inequality
M Weber
CREED Working Paper, University of Amsterdam, 2015
Behavioral economics and the public sector
M Weber
Dutch University Press, 2015
Die deutsche Schuldenbremse zwingt den Staat, Geld auf der Straße liegen zu lassen (The German Debt Brake Forces the Government to Leave Money on the Table)
M Weber
Ökonomenstimme, 2019
Behavioral Optimal Taxation: The Case of Aspirations
M Weber
SocArXiv, 2019
Voting Power and the Public Good Index: Thoughts
M Weber
Available at SSRN 3284391, 2018
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