School of Accountancy
Ph.D., Purdue University, 2004; MBA, Purdue University, 1999; Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences, University of California, 1988
Audit, financial reporting, and disclosure quality.
Does incentive-based compensation impair independence of internal auditors? Evidence from audit fees (with Lucy Chen and Jinyoung Wynn); Legal Liability, Accruals Quality, and Investment Efficiency (with Jinyoung Wynn and Han Yi); Managerial Opportunism, Legal Liability Rule, and Audit Pricing (with Jinyoung Wynn and Han Yi).
Academic Positions Held
Arizona State University, August 2005-present. Previous appointments: Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting, Purdue University.
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Recipient of Purdue Research Fund, Purdue University; Graduate Instructor Teaching Excellence Award, Purdue University; Scholarship recipient of 2001 Korean American Scholarship Foundation.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting, Purdue University; Teaching Assistant, Purdue University; Research Assistant, Purdue University.
Client Importance, Non-Audit Services, and Abnormal Accruals. The Accounting Review 78(4): 931-955.
Managerial Legal Liability Coverage and Earnings Conservatism. Journal of Accounting and Economics 46: 135-53.
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ACC 340 - External Reporting I
Financial accounting theory and practice related to external reporting.
ACC 440 - External Reporting II
Continuation of ACC 340 with emphasis on the recognition, research, and resolution of financial reporting issues.