Zhen ShiAssociate Professor Department of Finance
- Ph.D., Arizona State University
- M.S., Pennsylvania State University
- B.E., Tsinghua University, China
- financial institutions (hedge funds and mutual funds)
- behavioral finance
Zhen Shi is an associate professor of finance at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University. Her primary research interests include investments, hedge funds and mutual funds, and behavioral finance. She has presented her work at several major conferences such as the Western Finance Association, the American Finance Association, the European Finance Association, and the Financial Management Association Annual Meetings.
- The Impact of Portfolio Disclosure on Hedge Fund Performance, Journal of Financial Economics, 2017, 126 (1), 36-53.
- Who Benefits in a Crisis? Evidence from Hedge Fund Stock and Option Holdings, (with George Aragon and Spencer Martin), Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming.
- Why Do Hedge Funds Avoid Disclosure? Evidence from Confidential 13F Filings, (with George Aragon and Michael Hertzel), Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2013, 48 (5), 1499-1518.
- Does Improved Disclosure Lead to Higher Executive Compensation? Evidence from the Convergence to IFRS and the Dual-Class Share System in China, (with Jun Lu), Journal of Corporate Finance, 2018, 48, 244-260.
- Liquidity Transformation and Financial Fragility: Evidence from Funds of Hedge Funds, (with Vikas Agarwal and George Aragon), Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, accepted.