I am an assistant professor at the University of St. Gallen and a faculty member of the Swiss Finance Institute. My main research interests are applications of behavioral finance and behavioral economics to financial markets, financial decision making, macroeconomics, and public finance.

Before joining the University of St. Gallen in 2018, I was Principal Economist at the Bank of Lithuania (and researcher at Vilnius University). My PhD was carried out at the University of Amsterdam and the Tinbergen Institute.

Selected Publications

Kopányi-Peuker, Anita and Matthias Weber (2021). Experience does not eliminate bubbles: Experimental evidence. Review of Financial Studies, 34(9):4450–4485.

Hommes, Cars, Domenico Massaro, and Matthias Weber (2019). Monetary policy under behavioral expectations: Theory and experiment. European Economic Review, 118:193–212.

Weber, Matthias, John Duffy, and Arthur Schram (2018). An experimental study of bond market pricing. Journal of Finance, 73(4):1857–1892.

Weber, Matthias and Arthur Schram (2017). The non-equivalence of labour market taxes: A real-effort experiment. Economic Journal, 127(604):2187–2215.