Dr. Hao Zhang
Associate Professor; Finance
BEcon, People's University of China; MBA and PhD, Concordia University
|Office: BEC 256|
- Market Microstructure
- Asset Pricing Models
- International Financial Markets
Hao Zhang teaches in the areas of financial management, international finance and investments. Prior to joining the University of Victoria, he taught at various institutions including Concordia University, Laurentian University, and Finance Programs in China for McMaster University and University of Toronto. Dr. Zhang was the winner of the 1992 Harvey Rorke Memorial Prize from the Financial Research Foundation of Canada and the Governor General's Gold Medal from Concordia University.
Dr. Zhang's primary research interests are in investments and international finance. He has published in the areas of market overreaction, stock splits, asset pricing models, market microstructure and international cross-listing. His work has been published in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Empirical Finance, International Review of Financial Analysis, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Economic Letters, and Canadian Investment Review.
Kryzanowski, L. & Zhang, H. (2002). Intraday market price integration for shares cross-listed internationally. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 37, 203-219.
Cheung, R., Kryzanowski, L. & Zhang, H. (1997). Is the day-of-the-week effect still valid? Canadian Investment Review, 21-26.
Kryzanowski, L. & Zhang, H. (1996). Decimalization's winners and losers. Canadian Investment Review, 4(4) 35-39.
Kryzanowski, L. and Zhang, H. (1996). Trading patterns of small and large traders around stock split ex-dates. Journal of Financial Research, 19, 75-90.
- Harvey Rorke Memorial Prize, Financial Research Foundation of Canada (1992)
- Governor General's Gold Medal, Concordia University (1992)
- Investments (BCom)
- International Finance (BCom MBA)