Mr Qiaoqiao Zhu
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyQiaoqiao Zhu’s primary research interest concerns the impact of behavioral and informational frictions on the financial markets, particularly on international financial markets, and their implications for government policy responses.
Qiaoqiao’s research also pays special attention to questions relating to emerging markets, as capital markets become increasingly globalized, and information and governance problems are particularly wide-spread in these markets. His writings on cross-listing, exchange rate, and equity markets have been accepted by major finance research conferences.
His research on behavioral finance has been published as a leading article in the Journal of Empirical Finance, and has attracted media coverage such as New York Times and the Economist.
- International Finance
- Financial Economics (Corporate/Asset Pricing)
Banking, Finance and Investment, Econometrics
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- PhD (University of Michigan)
- M.A. in Economics (University of Michigan)