Victoria Zhang is an Assistant Professor in the Management and Human Resources Department at Wisconsin Business School.
Professor Zhang’s work focuses on social networks, contentious professional practices, and behavioral change. She adopts a social networks lens to investigate how micro-level interactions shape norm-violating practices.
Professor Zhang holds a Ph.D. in Organizations and Management from Yale University. She graduated with B.S. in Economics and B.S. in Mathematics (with distinction) from Cornell University.
To learn more, visit victoriazhang.com.
Selected Published Journal Articles
Zhang, V. & Mohliver, A. & King, M. (2022). Where is all the Deviance? Liminal Prescribing in the Prescription Drug Crisis Administrative Science Quarterly
Olfson, M. & Zhang, V. & Schoenbaum, M. & King, M. (2020). Trends in Buprenorphine Treatment in the United States, 2009-2018 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
Olfson, M. & Zhang, V. & Schoenbaum, M. & King, M. (2020). Buprenorphine Treatment By Primary Care Providers, Psychiatrists, Addiction Specialists, And Others Health Affairs
Olfson, M. & Zhang, V. & King, M. & Mojtabai, R. Changes in Buprenorphine Prescriptions Following Medicaid Expansion Psychiatric Services
Zhang, V. & King, M. Tie Decay and Dissolution: Contentious Prescribing in the Prescription Drug Epidemic Organization Science
Editorial and Reviewing Activities
Management Science – Since January 2022
Invited Manuscript Reviewer