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Nosic, Alen ; Weber, Martin (2010) How risky do I invest: The role of risk attitudes, risk perceptions, and overconfidence. Open Access None Mannheim [Working paper]
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Norden, Lars ; Weber, Martin (2010) Credit line usage, checking account activity, and default risk of bank borrowers. Open Access Working papers / Lehrstuhl für ABWL, Finanzwirtschaft, insb. Bankbetriebslehre Mannheim 137 [Working paper]
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Foos, Daniel ; Weber, Martin ; Norden, Lars (2009) Loan growth and riskiness of banks. Open Access Working Papers Mannheim 142 [Working paper]
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Sautner, Zacharias ; Weber, Martin (2008) How Do Managers Behave in Stock Option Plans? : Clinical Evidence from Exercise and Survey Data. Open Access None [Working paper]
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Glaser, Markus ; Weber, Martin (2007) Which past returns affect trading volume? Open Access None [Working paper]
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Norden, Lars ; Weber, Martin (2004) The comovement of credit default swap, bond and stock markets : an empirical analysis. Open Access Publications / Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Finanzwirtschaft, insbesondere Bankbetriebslehre, Universität Mannheim Mannheim 116 [Working paper]
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Kraemer, Carlo ; Weber, Martin (2004) How do people take into account weight, strength and quality of segregated vs. aggregated data? Experimental evidence. Open Access None [Working paper]
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Kleff, Volker ; Weber, Martin (2004) How Do Banks Determine Capital? Evidence from Germany. Open Access None [Working paper]
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Glaser, Markus ; Nöth, Markus ; Weber, Martin (2003) Behavioral finance. Open Access Publications Mannheim 102 [Working paper]
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Siebenmorgen, Niklas ; Weber, Martin (2002) The influence of different investment horizons on risk behavior. Open Access None [Working paper]
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