Jeehong Kim is a Department Chair and a Professor in Business Management at SUNY Korea. Dr. Kim earned his B.A. degree from Yonsei University, an MBA from Indiana University, and a Ph.D. degree from the University of California at Berkeley. Upon earned his doctorate, he became an assistant professor at New York University for two years, and he has been a professor at Yonsei University from 1989 to 2020.
Dr. Kim has served as a Chief Accountant of the Financial Supervisory Service of Korea from 2007 to 2009, and also has served as a President of Korea Accounting association, and a President of Korea Accounting Information Association. He has served as an Independent director of many large corporations such as SEAH Besteel, Noroo Paintings, Korea Ratings.
His research interests are in the quality of financial reporting, effectiveness of accounting regulations and accounting policies, and the impact of accounting standards, including IFRS. His research works were published in many top academic journals. Most recently, his research papers were published in the Managerial Auditing Journal, and the Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics. He has been working as an editorial board member of the Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting.
His teaching interests are Financial Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis, Valuation, and management accounting.