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ZHANG Bobo

PhD, Management, Finance

Bobo Zhang is an Assistant Professor of Finance at NEOMA Business School. He obtained his PhD in Finance from the University of Warwick and holds a Master degree in Finance and Economics from the same university. He earned his BA in Economics from Sichuan University, China. He teaches corporate finance and Python programming with applications to finance in various master and bachelor programmes. His research mainly focuses on empirical corporate finance, corporate governance, political economy, sell-side analysts, and blockchain applications. His research papers have been accepted and presented at several major conferences, including Northern Finance Association (NFA) Annual Conference, European Finance Association (EFA) Annual Meeting, Financial Management Association (FMA) Annual Conference, and American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, among others. He has published in the Accounting Review. Beyond his academic work, he has worked as a part-time consultant to a large European asset management company.

Areas of research

  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Governance
  • Political Economy
  • Sell-side analysis
  • Blockchain applications

Recent academic contributions

  • KLEIN, A., T.LI, B.ZHANG, "Seeking Out Non-Public Information: Sell-Side Analysts and the Freedom of Information Act", The Accounting Review, January 2020, vol. 95, no. 1, pp. 233-257
    DOI : 10.2308/accr-52442
  • ZHANG, B., "Shining Light on Corporate Political Spending: Evidence from Shareholder Engagement" in Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, 2018
  • ZHANG, B., "Seeking Out Non-Public Information: Sell-side Analysts and the Freedom of Information Act" in Lisbon Accounting Conference, 2018

Academic Journals

  • KLEIN, A., T.LI, B.ZHANG, "Seeking Out Non-Public Information: Sell-Side Analysts and the Freedom of Information Act", The Accounting Review, January 2020, vol. 95, no. 1, pp. 233-257
    DOI : 10.2308/accr-52442

Academic conferences

  • ZHANG, B., "Shining Light on Corporate Political Spending: Evidence from Shareholder Engagement" in Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, 2018
  • ZHANG, B., "Seeking Out Non-Public Information: Sell-side Analysts and the Freedom of Information Act" in Lisbon Accounting Conference, 2018
  • ZHANG, B., "Shining Light on Corporate Political Spending: Evidence from Shareholder Engagement" in Inaugural Irish Academy of Finance (IAF) Conference, 2018
  • ZHANG, B., "Seeking Out Non-Public Information: Sell-side Analysts and the Freedom of Information Act" in TAU Finance Conference, 2016
  • ZHANG, B., "Seeking Out Non-Public Information: Sell-side Analysts and the Freedom of Information Act" in LBS Accounting Symposium, 2016
  • ZHANG, B., "Seeking Out Non-Public Information: Sell-side Analysts and the Freedom of Information Act" in European Finance Association (EFA) Annual Meeting, 2016
  • ZHANG, B., "Seeking Out Non-Public Information: Sell-side Analysts and the Freedom of Information Act" in American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, 2016

Dissemination activity

  • ZHANG, B., "Shining Light on Corporate Political Spending: Evidence from Shareholder Engagement" in 2019 Northern Finance Association (NFA) Annual Conference, 2019, Vancouver, Canada
  • ZHANG, B., "Shining Light on Corporate Political Spending: Evidence from Shareholder Engagement" in 2019 International Corporate Governance Society (ICGS) Annual Conference, 2019, Colchester, United Kingdom
  • ZHANG, B., "Shining Light on Corporate Political Spending: Evidence from Shareholder Engagement" in 2019 Financial Management Association (FMA) Annual Meeting, 2019, New Orleans, LA, United States
  • ZHANG, B., "Shining Light on Corporate Political Spending: Evidence from Shareholder Engagement" in Warwick Business School Finance Group Brown Bag Seminar, 2018, Warwick, United Kingdom
  • ZHANG, B., "Seeking Out Non-Public Information: Sell-side Analysts and the Freedom of Information Act" in University of Oxford, 2016, Oxford, United Kingdom

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