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Flora Zhou

Assistant Professor    
  • Ph.D. in Management, Cornell University
  • M.Phil. in Economics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • B.A. in Economics, Fudan University
  • Managerial accounting
  • Financial accounting

Professor Zhou’s research focuses on auditor, investor, and manager decision making, using techniques from applied game theory, experimental economics, and psychology.

  • “Electronic Fraud Brainstorming in Hierarchical Audit Teams: Does Interaction Help or Hurt?” (with Clara Chen and Ken Trotman), forthcoming at The Accounting Review.
  • “Reward System Design and Group Creativity: An Experimental Investigation” (with Clara Chen and Michael Williamson), The Accounting Review, 2012. (Winner of 2010 AAA Outstanding Management Accounting Paper Award)
  • “Momentum, Reversal, and Uninformed Traders in Laboratory Markets” (with Robert J. Bloomfield and William Tayler), Journal of Finance, 2009, Vol. 64 Issue 6.
  • “Staged Financing in Venture Capital: Moral Hazard and Risks” (with Susheng Wang), Journal of Corporate Finance, 2003, Vol. 10.