Jay Heon Jung is a lecturer in accounting (equivalent to Assistant Professor in the U.S.) at Cass Business School. His research focuses on equity analysts, capital markets, financial reporting and corporate governance. In particular, he is interested in examining how equity analysts or investors incorporate and respond to information in the capital market. In 2014, he was selected as the very first representative of accounting PhD students in Korea by Korean Accounting Association and won the fellowship of the 2014 AAA/Deloitte Foundation/J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium in Texas, USA.
For his CV and more information (papers, qualifications, and awards), check out Jay's Personal Webpage.
- Capital Markets
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Accounting
Journal articles (3)
- Jung, J., Lim, S.S., Pae, J. and Yoo, C.Y. (2017). Do Analysts Who Understand Accounting Conservatism Exhibit Better Forecasting Performance? Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 44(7-8), pp. 953–985. doi:10.1111/jbfa.12254.
- Cho, C.H., Jung, J.H., Kwak, B., Lee, J. and Yoo, C.-.Y. (2017). Professors on the Board: Do They Contribute to Society Outside the Classroom? Journal of Business Ethics, 141(2), pp. 393–409. doi:10.1007/s10551-015-2718-x.
- Jung, J.H., Pae, J. and Yoo, C.-.Y. (2015). Do analysts treat winners and losers differently when forecasting earnings? International Journal of Forecasting, 31(2), pp. 531–549. doi:10.1016/j.ijforecast.2014.02.006.