Jae Bum Kim earned a doctorate in accounting at the University of Minnesota, a master’s in management engineering at KAIST Graduate School of Management, Korea, and a bachelor’s in economics and applied statistics at Yonsei University, Korea. Before coming to Lehigh, Kim served as an assistant professor of accounting at the Singapore Management University. His research interests include voluntary disclosure, earnings management, security valuation, financial analysts’ forecasts, and audit. He has presented his work internationally and his research has been published or accepted in academic journals such as Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies, and European Accounting Review.
- Credit Default Swaps and Managers’ Voluntary Disclosure (with Pervin Shroff, Dushyantkumar Vyas, and Regina Wittenberg Moerman), 2017, forthcoming at Journal of Accounting Research
- Leveling the Playing Field between Large and Small Institutions: Evidence from the SEC's XBRL Mandate (with Neil Bhattacharya and Young Jun Cho), 2017, forthcoming at The Accounting Review
- Internal Control and Operational Efficiency (with Qiang Cheng and Beng Wee Goh), 2017, forthcoming at Contemporary Accounting Research
- Accounting Flexibility and Managers’ Forecast Behavior Prior to Seasoned Equity Offerings, 2016, Review of Accounting Studies, 21 (4): 1361 – 1400
- The Effect of CEO Stock-based Compensation on Pricing of Future Earnings (with Bobae Choi), 2016, forthcoming at European Accounting Review