Mr Yuchen   Zhang
Casual Academic

Mr Yuchen Zhang

  • PhD Accounting (in progress)
  • Master of Pre-Doctoral Business Studies (MPDBS), UNSW Sydney
  • Master of Professional Accounting, University of Tasmania (UTAS)
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST)
Business School
Sess Teaching AAT

Yuchen is a doctoral candidate and PhD Teaching Fellow in the School of Accounting, Auditing & Taxation. Before joining UNSW, Yuchen obtained Bachelor of Engineering from Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), China and Master of Accounting from University of Tasmania (UTAS).

Yuchen's research interests include financial reporting and disclosure, and international accounting. His PhD project focuses on the consequences of mandatory quarterly reporting. Yuchen actively engages with the global research community. His working paper is being presented at leading international conferences. He has presented and also served as a moderator at the 2022 AAA International Accounting Section Mid-year Meeting. He also participated in the 2021 AAA IAS PhD/New Faculty Consortium.

Yuchen has received several awards and scholarships. His PhD is funded by MPDBS scholarship, Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship and the UNSW Business School Top-up Funding. He was also on the Dean's Honour Roll and was awarded the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Award for Highest Achievement (Auditing) and Tasmanian International Scholarship from UTAS.

Research Interests:

  • International Accounting
  • Financial Reporting and Disclosure

Supervisors:

Location
Room 3005, Level 3, Quadrangle Building (E15), UNSW Sydney 2052

  • Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship
  • UNSW Business School Top-up Funding
  • 2019 MPDBS Scholarship, UNSW Business School, UNSW Sydney
  • Dean’s Honour Roll of December 2016, University of Tasmania
  • Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Award for Highest Achievement (Auditing)
  • Tasmanian International Scholarship, University of Tasmania