Dr Zhou, Xianming 周賢明
Xianming Zhou received his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. He joined the School in August 2002 after teaching at the University of Sydney and the City University of Hong Kong.
Xianming's research interest is in corporate finance, executive compensation, and organizational incentives. The modern corporation is characterized by the separation between ownership and control, and not surprisingly, many hotly debated issues in the finance literature root in the agency relationship between shareholders and managers in publicly held companies. Xianming's research involves applications of agency theory to corporate governance issues and related empirical tests using executive compensation and performance data.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2008-07-01||SAAJ Research Excellence Award For research work on "Managerial Promotions: The Determinants And Incentive Effects": AsianFA-NFA 2008 international Conference, Yokomana||Research Achievement|
|2008-12-01||Research Award for the paper entitled "Divergent Opinions In The Pre-issue Market And The Pricing Of Initial Public Offerings": The 16th Conference On The Theories And Practices Of Securities And Financial Markets, Kaohsiung, Taiwan||Research Achievement|
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