I am a financial economist with research interests in the fields of behavioral and experimental finance, experimental economics and scientific methodology.
I am currently associate professor of finance at the University of Graz and lecturer at the University of Innsbruck and at Management Center Innsbruck. I am also editor-in-chief of the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance (IF 8.222), managing director of the Society for Experimental Finance, coordinator of the Finance Research Platform Graz, and scientific director of the Max Jung Lab Graz.
Institute of Banking and FinanceUniversity of GrazUniversitaetsstrasse 15/F28010 GrazAustria
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Talk about the Matthew Effect in peer-review12.08.2022
I recently gave an online talk in the METRICS International Forum seminar at Stanford University, presenting "Testing the Matthew Effect in peer-review". You can watch the recording using the link below. My thanks to Mario Malički and Robert Thibault for inviting me and to the audience for the fruitful discussion!
Journal impact factor 13.07.2022
The Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance (JBEF), which I have been co-editing since 2018 together with my co-editor Michael Dowling, received its first impact factor of 8.222 at the end of July. This places the journal at rank 5 out of 111 finance journals and rank 13 out of 379 economics journals. In addition to the CiteScore of 6.1 (rank 28/299 in Finance) and ABDC-list ranking of "A", this is a huge recognition for a journal that was only founded in 2014.
I wish to thank all associate editors, editorial board members, reviewers and authors who have made this amazing result possible!