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Jingjing Zhang

Assistant Professor, Accounting
Jingjing Zhang
Contact Information
Email address: 
jingjing.zhang [at]
Alternate email address: 
nicoleta.anton [at]

Bronfman Building [Map]
1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 1G5


PhD in Accounting, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

MS in Accounting, University of Illinois at Chicago

BS in Economics, Zhongnan University of Finance & Economics

Teaching areas: 

Financial and managerial accounting


ACCT 362 Cost Accounting 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

ACCT 706 Research Design in Accounting 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

Curriculum vitae: 
Tenured & Tenure Track
Research areas: 
Contract Economics
Corporate Governance
Corporate Social Responsibility
Firms' Disclosure Activities
Graduate supervision: 

PhD co-supervisor for Jason Moschella

Selected publications: 

Sunder, J., S. Sunder, and J. Zhang, 2018. Balance Sheet Conservatism and Debt Contracting. Contemporary Accounting Research 35 (1), 494–524.

Sunder, J., S. Sunder, and J. Zhang, 2017. Pilot CEOs and Corporate Innovation. Journal of Financial Economics 123 (1), 209–224.

Awards, honours, and fellowships: 

2019 - SSHRC Connection Grant (co-applicant), $18,006

2017 - FQRSC New Researcher Grant, $57,150

Current research: 

Baer, L., Y. Ertimur, and J. Zhang, 2019. "Tainted" Executives as Outside Directors.

He, L., J. Zhang, and L. Zhong, 2019. “Do Creditors Have a Say in Corporate Social Responsibility? Evidence from Covenant Violations.”

Lee, J., P. Oh, W. Ryu, and J. Zhang, 2019. “Clawback Provisions and Corporate Social Responsibility.”

Xia, J., J. Zhang, and S. Zhang, 2018. “Information Risk Spillover in the Syndicated Loan Market: Evidence from the Supply Chain.”

Zhang, J., 2016. “The Impact of Changes in Competition in the Syndicated Loan Market on Financial Covenant Use.”

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