Hanxiong Zhang is a Lecturer in Financial Management at the Sheffield University Management School. He holds an MSc in Banking and Finance and PhD in Financial Economics from Newcastle University. Before joining the Management School in March 2019, he worked as Senior Lecturer in Banking and Finance at Lincoln University (UK). Hanxiong is a CFA charterholder.
PG: Research Methods for Finance and Accounting (MGT6171)
Financial Economics, Corporate Finance, Applied Time Series Modelling, Statistical Trading Strategies, Financial Investment Evaluation
Hanxiong welcomes PhD applications in his research interests.
Selected Recent Publications
Urquhart, A. and Zhang, H. (2019) 'Is Bitcoin a hedge or safe-haven for currencies? An intraday analysis', International Review of Financial Analysis, Forthcoming.
Zhang, H. and Urquhart, A. (2018) 'Pairs trading across Mainland China and Hong Kong stock markets', International Journal of Finance and Economics, Forthcoming.
Su, C., Zhang, H., Bangassa, K. and Joseph, N. (2018) ' On the investment value of sell-side analyst recommendation revisions in the UK', Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Forthcoming.
Manahov, V., and Zhang, H. (2018) 'Forecasting financial markets using high-frequency trading data: Examination with Strongly Typed Genetic Programming', International Journal of Electronic Commerce, 23(1), pp. 12-32.
Zhang, H., Auer, B., and Vortelinos, D. (2018) 'Performance ranking similarities in commodity markets: A re-examination of recent evidence', Global Finance Journal, 35, pp. 115-137.
Zhang, H., Hudson, R., Metcalf, H. and Manahov, V. (2015) 'Identification of house price bubbles using user cost in a state space model', Applied Economics, 47(56), pp. 6088-6101.