Associate Professor. School of Finance, Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, China. 2012-Present.
B.A., Mathematics, School of Mathematical Sciences, JiLin University，Jilin, China, 2000-2004.
Ph.D., Mathematics, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences，Beijing, China, 2004-2010.
Postdoctor, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, Beijing, China, 2010-2012.
Research interests： Microstructure of trading markets，Behavioral Finance，Game Theory
Financial Engineering，Game Theory，Microeconomics，Macroeconomics, Operations
Research on overconfidence and insider trading. (No.11301563，National Natural Science Foundation of China）；
The Scientific Research Project of School of Finance, CUFE
Zhou, D. (2011). Overconfidence on Public Information. Economics Letters, (SSCI) 112, 239--242.
Zhou, D. (2012). Overconfidence, Public Disclosure and Long-lived Information. Economics Letters, (SSCI) 116, 626--630.
Zhou, D. (2013). Irrational Confidence, Imperfect and Long-lived Information. International Review of Economics and Finance, (SSCI) 27, 383-405.
Zhou, D. (2015). The virtue of overconfidence when you are not perfectly informed. Economic Modelling (SSCI) 47, 105–110.
Zhou, D. (2016). Public disclosure, information leakage, and strategic trading. Economics Letters ( SSCI) 147, 46–50.
Working paper: Gong, F. /& Zhou, D. (2010). Insider trading in the market with rational expected price. arXiv:1012.2160v1 [q-fin.TR].
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