Professor Huang’s research focuses on the role of information in stock market and banks, including bank financial reporting, the feedback effect of capital market to real economy, and accounting standard-setting issues. She has done both empirical and theory work; her current research studies the optimal design of reporting systems from a firm’s perspective and from a social planner’s perspective, as well as the effect of bank transparency. She received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Tsinghua University, and a PhD in Accounting and a Master’s in Economics from Duke University.
- PhD, Duke University, 2016
- MA, Duke University, 2010
- BA, Tsinghua University, 2008
- The Effects of Public Information with Asymmetrically Informed Short-Horizon Investors
Z. Huang, Q. Chen and Y. Zhang
Journal of Accounting Research
Volume 52, Issue 3, pp 635-669