Kwon (Hyunkwon) Cho
Kwon (Hyunkwon) Cho is a Ph.D. candidate in Accounting at C.T. Bauer College of Business, University of Houston. Before he joins Bauer, he earned bachelor degree in Business Administration and master degree in Accounting from Seoul National University, and earned master degree in Statistics from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has interests in firms' disclosure decisions and its consequences on the information environments.
- Social learning
- Corporate disclosures
- "Who Classifies Interest Payments as Financing Activities? An Analysis of Classification Shifting in the Statement of Cash Flows at the Adoption of IFRS" (with Bok Baik, Wooseok Choi, Kwangjin Lee), Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 35 (4): 331-351.
- "Tone of Peers' MD&A Disclosures and Firms' Investments" (Job Market Paper)
- "Does News of IRS Tax Litigation Affect Assessments of Tax Risk?" (with Sungsil Lee and Janet Meade), presented at the Lone Star Conference, AAA Annual Meeting 2016, and ATA Midyear Meeting 2017.
- "Analysts' Optimism and Stock Crash Risk" (with Robert Kim)
- "Strategic Timing of 10-K Filings" (with Robert Kim)
- "When Do Voluntary 8-K Filings Improve Liquidity?"
- MH 390N
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Seoul National University
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of Houston