X. Frank Zhang

Professor of Accounting

Professor X. Frank Zhang

Professor Zhang's research focuses on empirical capital market researches, including stock anomalies, fundamental analysis, investor and analyst behavior, management incentives, and corporate financial reporting. He is interested in both rational and behavioral approaches in studying stock anomalies and cross-sectional variations in stock returns.

Education

  • PhD, University of Chicago, 2006
  • MBA, University of Chicago, 2005
  • BS, Nankai University, 1993

Publications

Selected Articles

F. Bova, K. Kolev, J. Thomas and F. Zhang
Accounting Review
Forthcoming
J. Thomas and F. Zhang
Review of Accounting Studies
2013
F. Zhang, M. Erickson, and S. Heitzman
The Accounting Review
2013
The surpraview of return predictive signals
F. Zhang, J. Green and J. Hand
Review of Accounting Studies
2013

Selected Working Papers

Analyst interest as an early indicator of firm fundamental changes and stock returns
F. Zhang, M. Jung, and F. Wong
Spring-loading when no one is looking? Earnings and cash flow management around acquisition
F. Zhang, S. Chen, and J. Thomas
Fundamental analysis and option returns
F. Zhang, T. Goodman, and M. Neamtiu
Investment-cash flow sensitivities are really investment-investment sensitivities
F. Zhang, R. Bushman, and A. Smith
The Changing Landscape of Accrual Accounting
F. Zhang and A. Lerman