Professor Kim joined Baruch College as an Assistant Professor of Accountancy in the fall of 2018. His research interests are in the areas of financial accounting with an emphasis on the role of financial reporting quality, investment decisions and information transfers.
“Intra-Industry Information Transfers: Evidence from Changes in Implied Volatility around Earnings Announcements” with Rebecca Hann and Yue Zheng. Forthcoming at Review of Accounting Studies.
“The Impact of Corporate Welfare Policy on Firm-Level Productivity: Eveidence from Unemployment Insurance” with Masako Darrough and Emanuel Zur, Journal of Business Ethics, 2018
Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award, University of Maryland 2018
Deloitte/J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium Fellow 2017
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Doctoral Consortium Fellow 2017
Robert H. Smith School of Business Doctor Fellowship 2013-2018
Graduate student Fellowship, University of Maryland 2013-2016
Graduate Assistantship, College of Business, Seoul National University 2011-2012