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Dr Hang Zhou’s research covers a wide range of topics in financial markets including Information Disclosure, Asset Pricing, Credit risk and Machine Learning applications.

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Dr Hang Zhou is an assistant professor in Finance at Nottingham University Business School China. Prior to Joining NUBS in October 2020, he was at University of Edinburgh (Assistant Professor in Finance).

Hang’s research is mainly in the areas of Capital Market Asset Pricing, Credit risk and Machine Learning applications. His work has been of interests to both practitioners and policy makers, leading to research engagement with financial institutions such as Shanghai Stock Exchange, London Stock exchange, Aberdeen Standard Investment and Ningbo Finance Bureau.

Hang has made contribution to international journals such as Journal of Financial Markets, British Accounting Review and European Journal of Finance. His work has also been accepted for presentation by international conferences such as FMA-Asia/Pacific conference and MIT Asia conference in Accounting.

Hang serves as a referee for academic journals such as British Journal of Management, British Accounting Review, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, International Review of Financial Analysis, European Journal of Finance, Economic Modelling and Finance Research Letters.

Collaboration Opportunities

I am interested in supervising PhD students in the areas of Financial Technology and Corporate Finance:

  • Machine Learning applications in accounting and finance
  • Natrual language processing in accounting and finance
  • Disclosure of corporations and financial institutions
  • Social media and financial markets



  • Corporate Finance
  • UG dissertation -- Econometrics session


  • Modern topics in Accounting and Finance

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