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Bin Zhao
Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance
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Bin Zhao is an Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF). She has served on the Master of Finance Service Committee of SAIF since 2011.
 
Professor Zhao’s research interests include behavioral finance and household finance, with a particular focus on Chinese financial market. Her research papers have been published on top international journals such as Review of Financial Studies and Journal of Futures Market. Professor Zhao has been collaborating with Shanghai Stock Exchange on research projects since the summer of 2014.
 
Professor Zhao received SAIF Junior Faculty Research Award in 2011. She also received the Ph.D. Research Award from School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2009.
 
Professor Zhao has taught Corporate Finance and Foundations of Financial Economics for Master of Finance program, and Security Analysis and Valuation for Finance MBA program and Master of Finance program.
 
Professor Zhao holds a Ph.D. in Finance from Wisconsin School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2010) and M.S. in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University (2006).


Research Interests
Behavior Finance

Journal Publications & Working Papers
1. Hong, Harrison, Wenxi Jiang, Na Wang, and Bin Zhao, 2014, Trading for Status, Review of Financial Studies.
2. Guo, Biao, Qian Han and Bin Zhao, 2014, The Nelson–Siegel Model of the Term Structure of Option Implied Volatility and Volatility Components, Journal of Futures Markets.
3. Titman, Sheridan and Bin Zhao, 2014, Stock Split in China, Shanghai Stock Exchange.
4. Chang, Yen-cheng, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tieden, Na Wang and Bin Zhao, Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from languages and Stock Markets.
5. Han, Qian, Bin Zhao, and Ning Zhu, Economic Anxiety and Stock Trading.
6. Bailey, Warren and Bin Zhao , Familiarity, convenience, and commodity money: Spanish and Mexican silver dollars in Qing and Republication China.

Teaching Interests
Securities Analysis and Valuation

Current Courses

Term Program Course Total Hours
2016Spring MF Securities Analysis and Valuation 24
Faculty & Research
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