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Eine experimentelle und empirische Untersuchung zum Einfluss von Extraversion und Neurotizismus auf das Risikoverhalten von Anlegern und die Preisbildung in Finanzmärkten

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Welchen Einfluss hat die Persönlichkeit von Anlegern auf ihr Risikoverhalten in Finanzmärkten? Dieser Frage geht Florian Wedlich nach, indem er den Einfluss der Persönlichkeitsfaktoren Extraversion und Neurotizismus auf die Determinanten des Risikoverhaltens (Risikoeinstellung, Risikowahrnehmung und Renditeerwartungen), die Portfoliozusammenstellung und des Handelsverhaltens von Anlegern sowie auf die Preisbildung in Finanzmärkten analysiert. Eine an der Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg durchgeführte schriftliche Befragung und eine experimentelle Studie mit einem computerbasierten Aktienmarkt („Börse im Labor“) bilden die Grundlagen der empirischen Analysen. Die Ergebnisse zeigen, dass die Persönlichkeitsfaktoren Extraversion und Neurotizismus beim Entscheidungsverhalten unter Risiko im Kontext von Finanzmärkten eine bedeutende Rolle spielen.