Sung Gon Chung

Sung Gon Chung

Title

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Phone

313-577-4528

Email

fq8651@wayne.edu

Office

Mike Ilitch School of Business
2771 Woodward Avenue
Room 371
Detroit, MI 48201

Curriculum Vitae

Sung Gon Chung

Academic Programs

  • Accounting

Research and teaching interests

Research interests: capital markets research with concentration on information intermediaries, institutional investors, fair value accounting and options market

Teaching interests: financial accounting, managerial accounting, and financial statement analysis

Education

Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Ph.D. in Accounting, 2004-2009
Dissertation Committee: Orie Barron, Bin Ke, and Henock Louis

Columbia Business School, New York, NY
M.B.A. with concentration on Accounting and Finance 2001-2003

Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
B.S. in Business Administration, 1991 - 1997

Biography

Wayne State University, Accounting Department
Assistant Professor, 2014-Present

Singapore Management University, School of Accountancy
Assistant Professor of Accounting, 2009-2014

Samsung Life Insurance Co. Ltd, Seoul, Korea
Credit Analyst, Asset Risk Management Team
2003 – 2004

Credit Lyonnais Securities, Seoul, Korea
Summer Associate, Equity Research – Technology Group
Summer 2002

Shinyoung Securities Co., Ltd., Seoul, Korea
Investment Consultant, Sales Department
1999 – 2000

Daewoo Co., Ltd., Seoul, Korea
Commodity Trader, Petrochemical Raw Materials Team
1997 -1999
 

Publications

“Corporate Tax Aggressiveness and Insider Trading” with Beng Wee Goh, Jimmy Lee, and Terry Shevlin
Forthcoming at Contemporary Accounting Research

“Fair Value Disclosures Beyond SFAS 157's Three-Level Estimates” with Beng Wee Goh, Jeffrey Ng, and Kevin Ow Yong
Review of Accounting Studies (2017), volume 22: 430-468

“Earnings Announcements and Option Returns” with Henock Louis
Journal of Empirical Finance (2017), volume 40: 220-235

“Insider trade disclosure, stock return volatility, and the option market’s pricing of the information content of insider trading” with Chin-Han Chiang and Henock Louis
Journal of Banking & Finance (2017), volume 76: 65-73

“The Effect of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 157 Fair Value Measurements on Analysts’ Information Environment” with Orie Barron and Kevin Ow Yong
Journal of Accounting & Public Policy (2016), volume 35: 395-416

“Fair Value Accounting and Reliability” with Cheol Lee and Santanu Mitra
CPA Journal (2016), volume 86: 60-63

“Accounting for R&D Expenditure: To Capitalize or Not to Capitalize?” with Kevin Park and Jinwook Kim 
Life Science Journal (2014) volume 11(7s): 107-111

“Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance: Evidence from the MSCI ESG Ratings on Korean Firms” with Kevin Park and Jinwook Kim
Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial Cooperation Society (2013) volume 14: 5586-5593

 

Presentations

Invited conferences

  • American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, San Diego 2017
  • Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Midyear Meeting, Newport Beach 2016
  • American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Chicago 2015
  • Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Midyear Meeting, San Diego 2013
  • Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Midyear Meeting, Chicago 2012
  • Journal of contemporary accounting and economics (JCAE) conference, Hong Kong 2013
  • Singapore Management University Finance summer camp, Singapore 2011
  • Singapore Scholars Symposium, Singapore 2012
  • World Finance & Banking Symposium, Shanghai 2012
  • American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Anaheim 2013
  • American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. 2012
  • American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Denver 2011
  • American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco 2010

Awards

Pennsylvania State University

  • W. Edward and Kay M. Hastings Graduate Scholarship (2008)
  • J. Kenneth and Nancy N. Jones Graduate Scholarship (2006-2008)
  • G. Kenneth Nelson Scholarship (2006-2007)
  • W. Edward and Kay M. Hastings Graduate Scholarship (2005-2006)

Columbia Business School

  • Dean’s List in Fall 2002 and Spring 2003
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