Feng Zhan

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Associate Professor

Ph.D., Finance, Schulich School of Business, York University, 2014
M.A., Economics, University of Manitoba, 2009
B.A. (Honours), Economics, University of Manitoba, 2007, First Class Honours
B.Sc. (Major), Computer Science, University of Manitoba, 2004, Distinction

Office: SSC 4419
Phone: 519-661-2111 x 84931
Email: feng.zhan@uwo.ca

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BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Feng Zhan is an Associate Professor of Finance at the DAN Department of Management and Organizational Studies. Before joining Western, he taught at Boler School of Business, John Carroll University, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.  Dr. Zhan has research interests in corporate finance, corporate governance, investments, law and finance, and international finance. His work has received attention from both academia and industry.

Research Interests:

Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Law and Finance, Investments, and International Finance

Teaching Interests:

Corporate Finance, Financial Management, Investments, Portfolio Management, Financial Markets

Recent Publications:

“China: From Imitator to Innovator?”(with D. Schweizer, and J. Proelss), Emerging Markets Review, Vol 42, 2020, 1-30.  

“Individualism, Synchronized Stock Price Movements, and Stock Market Volatility”, International Journal of Managerial Finance, 15(3), 2019, 371-403.

“Trade Size, High Frequency Trading and colocation Around the World” (with M. Aitken and D. Cumming), European Journal of Finance, 23, 2017, 781-801.

“Equity Incentives and Corporate Fraud in China” (with H. Lars, and M. Tarsalewska). Journal of Business Ethics, 138(4), November 2016, 723-742.

“Corporate Finance and the Governance Implication of Removing Government Support Programs” (with M. Jacob, S.Johan and D. Schweizer), Journal of Banking & Finance, 63, 2016, 35-47.

“High Frequency Trading and End-of-Day Price Dislocation” (with M. Aitken and D. Cumming). Journal of Banking & Finance, 59, 2015, 330-349.

“Exchange Trading Rules, Surveillance and Suspected Insider Trading” (with M. Aitken and D. Cumming). Journal of Corporate Finance, 34, 2015, 311-330.

“The Scope of International Mutual Fund Outsourcing: Fees, Performance and Risks” (with D. Cumming and A. Schwienbacher). Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 38, 2015, 185-199.

“The Changing Latitude: Labour-Sponsored Venture Capital Corporations in Canada” (With S. John and D. Schweizer). Corporate Governance: An International Review, 22(2), 2014, 145-161.