Biography

I am a Lecturer in Finance at NBS. I had previously taught at London's Middlesex University Business School (2010–2012).

I hold a BSc in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics from Wuhan University, an MSc in Finance from Durham University, and a PhD in Finance from Cass Business School, City University London.

My research interests focus on asset pricing and corporate finance. For asset pricing, which I have been working on since my PhD time, I particularly interested in two market microstructure factors: information asymmetry and liquidity. I have also extended my research scope to corporate finance. I am currently working on a couple of papers in Mergers and Acquisitions.

All Publications

Chen, Y., Zhao, H.

(2012)

Informed trading, information uncertainty, and price momentum,

in Journal of Banking & Finance

36

(7)

pp. 2095-2109

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Key Research Interests

My research interests relate to asset pricing and corporate finance. My current work focuses on information asymmetry, information uncertainty and liquidity, from both an asset pricing and a corporate finance perspective.

If you are interested in doing a PhD under my supervision, please check my research interests above and contact me by email.

Teaching Interests

I had taught a range of subjects including Finance, Accounting, Economics, Econometrics, and Statistics. I am particularly interested in teaching Corporate Finance, Investment, and Financial Markets. At NBS, I am currently teaching the following modules:

  • Accounting & Financial Management (MSc)
  • Advanced Financial & Investment Management (MSc)

Administrative Posts

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