About the Center
The Center for Institutions and Capital Market
The Center for Institutions and Capital Market dedicates to high quality academic and applied research on institutions of China’s emerging capital market, employing multi-disciplinary theories from economics, finance, political science, social science, and management. The Center also invests in developing big-data-based research platform, constructs infrastructure for interested scholars to collaborate and develop their research ideas through organizing regular workshops and academic conferences and hosting distinguished visiting scholars, and provides products catering to the demand from investors, regulators, stock exchanges and policy makers.
Professor Zhang Tianyu is the Director of the Center for Institutions and Capital Market. His research focuses on the interrelationship among institutions, corporate governance and corporate transparency. Professor Zhang has published research articles in numerous scholarly journals such as Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Law and Economics and Journal of Law, Economics and Organization.
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BA (Nankai); MA (SUFE); PhD (HKUST)
Institutions in China’s Capital Market Corporate Governance
The 3rd Conference on Intelligent Information Retrieval in Accounting and Finance
Shenzhen Finance Institute, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Guanghua-Rotman Centre for Information and Capital Market Research of Peking University and the University of Toronto will organize the third conference on “Intelligent Information Retrieval in Accounting and Finance” on December 11-12, 2019. The conference will be held at Shenzhen Finance Institute, which is located in the center of Shenzhen, one of the most vibrant cities in China. The conference will bring together researchers working on topics including (but not limited to): textual analysis, unstructured data analysis, machine learning, application of artificial intelligence in accounting and finance. The purpose of the conference is to promote new technology in accounting and finance research and to exchange ideas among scholars with research interests on these topics.