Corporate disclosure; Corporate governance
Nathan Zhu is an Associate Lecturer of Accounting. He is also completing a PhD in the Research School of Accounting. Nathan’s doctoral research explores the effect of disclosure and financial market regulation on capital markets. In particular, it examines how disclosure and regulation impact cross-border equity financing and foreign direct investment around the world.
"The Effect of Conditional Management Earnings Forecast Mandates on Voluntary Disclosure and Analyst Forecast Properties", with Tracy Kun Wang and Mark Wilson. Forthcoming in Abacus.
"Corporate Governance Reforms and Cross-Listings: International Evidence", with Chih-Hsien Liao, Albert Tsang, Kun Tracy Wang. Forthcoming in Contemporary Accounting Research.
CBE Teaching Commendation for Outstanding Tutoring, 2020
Ad hoc Reviewer
-Australian Journal of Management
BUSN 7005 Contemporary Issues in Accounting
BUSN 7050 Corporate Accounting