Haoxiang Zhu

Assistant Professor of Finance


Haoxiang Zhu

Haoxiang Zhu is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Zhu works mainly on asset pricing and financial market structure and design. His research probes how the designs of financial markets affect asset price behavior, liquidity, and efficiency.  Zhu's recent papers investigate the effect of dark pools on price discovery and liquidity, the design of CDS auctions, search and pricing in OTC markets, the term structure of interest rates, and the central clearing of OTC derivatives.

Zhu holds a BA in mathematics and computer science from the University of Oxford and a PhD in Finance from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Current Research Focus:  Zhu’s recent research projects investigate the effect of dark pools on price discovery and liquidity, the design of credit event auctions, ex post equilibrium and optimal trading frequency, gold lease rates, and dynamic information asymmetry with financing and investment.

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Office: E62-623
Tel: (617) 253-2478
E-mail: zhuh@mit.edu
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