Dr Hai Zhang

Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellow

Accounting and Finance

Personal statement

Hai Zhang joined Strathclyde Business School in March 2017 and currently work as lecturer in Finance. Prior to that, Hai was fully funded by Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) for his PhD research (2013-2016) at University of Glasgow.

Hai's research mainly focuses on the financing innovation in incomplete financial markets, and particularly its role of alleviating severe financing constraints for agents due to the asymmetric information. 

He is very willing to supervise suitably qualified PhD students in his fields of interest.

Some of Hai's works have been published in internationally recognized journals such as European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, The European Journal of Finance and Economics Letters.

He also acts as referee for different journals such as: European Journal of operational Research, International Review of Economics and Finance, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of operational research society, and Quantitative Finance.


Fast multi-output relevance vector regression
Ha Youngmin , Zhang Hai
Economic Modelling (2019)
Three-fund constant proportion portfolio insurance strategy
Chen Ze, Chen Bingzheng, Hu Yi, Zhang Hai
European Financial Management Association 2019 Annual Meeting (2019)
Hedge fund seeding with fees-for-guarantee swaps
Feng Yun, Huang Binghua, Zhang Hai
European Journal of Finance Vol 25, pp. 16-34 (2019)
Liquidity risks, transaction costs and online portfolio selection
Ha Youngmin , Zhang Hai
30th Anniversary of CEA (1988-2018) 29th CEA (UK) & 10th CEA (Europe) Annual Conference, pp. 1-44 (2018)
Hedge fund seeding via fees-for-seed swap sunder idiosyncratic risk
Ewald Christian-Oliver, Zhang Hai
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control Vol 71, pp. 45-59 (2016)
Entrepreneurial finance with equity-for-guarantee swap and idiosyncratic risk
Wang Haomao, Yang Zhaojun, Zhang Hai
European Journal of Operational Research Vol 241, pp. 863-871 (2015)

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