Research Areas: Accounting - Financial, Capital Markets, Financial Reporting, Financial Statement Analysis, Investor Behavior, Management Disclosure, Valuation
Wuyang Zhao received his Ph.D. from The University of Toronto Rotman School of Management (accounting area) in 2017. His research explores the roles of short-sellers and financial analysts in capital markets. His current teaching interests focus primarily on financial statement analysis.
Partha Mohanram, Brian White, and Wuyang Zhao. 2020. Stock-based Compensation, Financial Analysts and Equity Overvaluation. Review of Accounting Studies 25(3), 1040-1077.
Jesse Chan, Steve Lin, Yong Yu, and Wuyang Zhao. 2018. Analysts' Stock Ownership and Stock Recommendations. Journal of Accounting and Economics 66(2/3), 476-498.
Ole-Kristian Hope and Wuyang Zhao. 2018. Market Reactions to the Closest Peer Firm’s Analyst Revisions. Accounting and Business Research48(4), 345-372.
Ole-Kristian Hope, Han Wu, and Wuyang Zhao. 2017. Blockholder Exit Threats in the Presence of Private Benefits of Control. Review of Accounting Studies 22(2), 873-902.
Ole-Kristian Hope, Danqi Hu, and Wuyang Zhao. 2017. Third Party Consequences of Short-selling Threats: The Case of Auditor Behavior. Journal of Accounting and Economics 63(2-3), 479-498.