Michael Weber joined Chicago Booth in 2014 as an Assistant Professor of Finance and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2018. He is also a faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research in the Monetary Economics and Asset Pricing groups, a member of the Macro Finance Society, and a research affiliate at the CESifo Research Network. He is also an academic consultant for the European Central Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland,...
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- Mar 15, 2019Research by Chicago Booth’s Michael Weber shows people cut their spending when told they are spending more than others in similar circumstances
- Jul 25, 2018Research from Booth’s Michael Weber and co-authors find that individuals who realize they are spending more than their peers will cut down on spending
- Jul 24, 2018Research from Booth’s Michael Weber cited in article on “Facing The Fed With Dividends And Options”
- Jun 26, 2018Booth’s Michael Weber finds patterns in stock prices that precede announcements by the Federal Reserve
- May 10, 2018Booth’s Michael Weber examines how social norms can affect savings
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