Zhaodan Huang, Ph.D.
Zhaodan Huang, Harold T. Clark, Jr., Endowed Professor of Finance, faculty advisor to the Utica College Investment Club, received his Ph.D. in Economics from West Virginia University. He also earned the CFA designation in 2012. He finished his undergraduate education from Renmin University of China in 1997, and received his MA in economics from the University of Saskatchewan in 2000. His research interests are in the areas of investments, asset pricing, and emerging financial markets.
Dr. Huang has published in the Journal of Banking & Finance, Journal of Financial Research, Quarterly Review of Economics & Finance, Journal of Economics & Business, and Global Economy Journal. He also served as referee for numerous academic journals, including Journal of Corporate Finance, Review of Financial Economics, Journal of Financial Research and Journal of Banking and Finance. His teaching interests include Corporate Finance, Financial Markets and Institutions, and Investments.
Undergraduate, Renmin University of China
M.A. University of Saskatchewan
Ph.D. West Virginia University
Dr. Huang's recent working papers include:
Han, Yufeng., Zhaodan Huang, Weidong Tian, and Goufu Zhou, “Momentum, Reversal, and the Firm Fundamental Cycle.”
Han, Yufeng and Zhaodan Huang, “The Information Role of Liquidity Shock, Firm Fundamentals, and Long-Term Stock Value”.
Corporate Finance, Money & Banking, Principle of Economics, Quantitative Analysis for Management
Awards and Recognition
Dr. Huang's latest working paper was rewarded the best paper award in the World Finance Conference 2019. Another paper was one of the semifinalists to compete for the best paper award by the Financial Management Association 2017 Annual Conference. He received the Best Paper Award from Journal of Financial Research in 2012 and the AAII Best Paper Award from the Southwestern Finance Association 2004 Annual Conference.
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