|Assistant Professor in Finance in the Business School||MHL174|
Bo Zhou has a PhD in econometrics (2017) from Tilburg University, Netherlands. Before joining Durham University Business School in 2019, Bo was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology since 2017. His research interests include econometric theory and financial econometrics.
His research (i) has addressed semiparametric efficiency issue for nonstandard econometric problems, e.g., unit root testing, cointegration, predictive regression and weak instrument; and (ii) conducted robust volatility estimation with respect to semimartingale violations with high-frequency financial data. His paper about unit root test will appear in the Annals of Statistics.
- Econometric theory
- Financial Econometrics
- Werker, B. & Zhou, B. (2021). Semiparametric Testing with Highly Persistent Predictors. Journal of Econometrics
- Andersen, Torben G. Li, Yingying Todorov, Viktor & Zhou, Bo (2021). Volatility Measurement with Pockets of Extreme Return Persistence. The Journal of Econometrics
- Zhou, B., Van Den Akker, R. & Werker, Bas J. M. (2019). Semiparametrically point-optimal hybrid rank tests for unit roots. Annals of Statistics 47(5): 2601-2638.