Robert Weigand
Robert Weigand
Professor of Finance and Brenneman Professor of Business Strategy, Washburn University
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TitleCited byYear
Sources of bank interest rate risk
DR Fraser, J Madura, RA Weigand
Financial Review 37 (3), 351-367, 2002
1362002
The information content of dividend initiations: Additional evidence
EA Dyl, RA Weigand
Financial Management 27 (3), 27, 1998
1211998
The business case for commitment to diversity
SF Slater, RA Weigand, TJ Zwirlein
Business horizons 51 (3), 201-209, 2008
922008
Explaining persistence in mutual fund performance
FL Detzel, RA Weigand
Financial services review 7 (1), 45-55, 1998
561998
Changes in the stock price reaction of small firms to common information
NL Fargher, RA Weigand
Journal of Financial Research 21 (1), 105-121, 1998
521998
Organizational diversity, profits and returns in US firms
RA Weigand
Problems and Perspectives in Management 5 (3), 69-83, 2007
342007
The market p/e ratio, earnings trends, and stock return forecasts
RA Weigand, R Irons
The Journal of Portfolio Management 33 (4), 87-101, 2007
302007
The cross-sectional dispersion of stock returns, alpha, and the information ratio
LR Gorman, SG Sapra, RA Weigand
The Journal of Investing 19 (3), 113-127, 2010
262010
The generation of stock market cycles
SE Bolten, RA Weigand
Financial Review 33 (1), 77-84, 1998
241998
Cross‐sectional differences in the profits, returns and risk of firms initiating dividends
KM Casey, NL Fargher, RA Weigand
Managerial Finance, 2009
212009
The role of cross-sectional dispersion in active portfolio management
LR Gorman, SG Sapra, RA Weigand
Forthcoming in Investment Management and Financial Innovations, 2010
182010
Changing perspectives on distribution policy: The evolution from dividends to share repurchase
RA Weigand, H Kent Baker
Managerial Finance 35 (6), 479-492, 2009
182009
Stock selection based on mutual fund holdings: Evidence from large-cap funds
RA Weigand, S Belden, TJ Zwirlein
FINANCIAL SERVICES REVIEW-GREENWICH- 13 (2), 139-150, 2004
182004
A tale of two banking systems: the performance of US and European banks in the 21st century
RA Weigand
Available at SSRN 2547758, 2015
112015
The ex-dividend day behavior of American depository receipts
LR Gorman, A Mahajan, RA Weigand
Journal of Multinational Financial Management 14 (1), 1-18, 2004
92004
Trading volume and firm size: A test of the information spillover hypothesis
RA Weigand
Review of Financial Economics 5 (1), 47-58, 1996
91996
Experiential learning: A brief history
R Weigand
Do it... and understand, 2-4, 1995
91995
Compression and expansion of the market P/E ratio: the fed model explained
RA Weigand, R Irons
The Journal of Investing 17 (1), 55-64, 2008
72008
The information content of dividend resumptions
LR Gorman, RA Weigand, TJ Zwirlein
Studies in Economics and Finance 22 (2), 70-99, 2004
72004
FDICIA and bank failure contagion: Evidence from the two failures of first city bancorporation
RA Weigand, DR Fraser, BG Baradwaj
Journal of Economics and Finance 23 (1), 99-111, 1999
71999
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