Zongbo Huang joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen in 2017. He is currently an assistant professor in Finance. He was awarded his Ph.D. in Economics by Princeton University. His research focuses on corporate finance and macro-finance with special emphasis on the real effects of financial frictions. 

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1. Quantifying Reduced-Form Evidence on Collateral Constraints [Abstract] [Paper]

with Sylvain CatherineThomas ChaneyDavid Sraer, and David Thesmar

Journal of Finance, 2022

2. The Risk of Implicit Guarantees: Evidence from Shadow Banks in China [Abstract] [Paper]

with Xiang Shao and Ji Huang

Review of Finance, 2023

3. Asset-side Bank Runs and Liquidity Rationing: A Vicious Cycle [Abstract] [Paper]

Management Science, Accepted

4. Security-bid Auctions with Information Acquisition [Abstract] [Paper] 

with Yunan Li

Revise and Resubmit at Review of Financial Studies

Selected presentations: Royal Economic Society(2021), SWFA(2021), Econometric Society North America Meeting(2021), Econometric Society China Meeting(2021)

5. [NEW] The Implicit Guarantee Channel: How Policy Uncertainty Affects Shadow Banks [Abstract] [Paper]

with Xiang Shao and Ji Huang

6. Dynamic Optimal Taxation with Endogenous Skill Premia [Abstract] [Paper] with Jason Ravit and Michael Sockin

7. Haircuts and Credit Risk over the Cycle [Abstract]