Professor Kim joined the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College as an Assistant Professor of Accountancy in the spring of 2022. Prior to that, she served on the faculty of the City University of Hong Kong. She completed her Ph.D. in Accounting at Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University in 2017. Her research interests include accounting and auditing standards, enforcement, and compensation contract design.
“Audit Partner Identification, Matching, and the Labor Market for Audit Talent,” Contemporary Accounting Research (forthcoming), co-published with Mingcherng Deng and Minlei Ye.
“Optimal Team Composition: Diversity to Foster Implicit Team Incentives,” co-published with Jonathan Glover, Management Science 67:9
“Discussion of ‘Honor Among Thieves: Open Internal Reporting and Managerial Collusion,'” co-published with Jonathan Glover, Contemporary Accounting Research, 33:4
- Best Discussant Award at the MIT Asia Conference in Accounting, 2019
- Best Dissertation Award at the AAA Management Accounting Section, 2018
- Best Paper Award at the AAA Management Accounting Section Midyear Meeting, 2018