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Faculty Profile – Dr. Sungsoo Kim

March 26, 2015 / Faculty and Staff Head shots / Photo by Bob LaramieSungsoo Kim, Ph.D.

Professor and Area Head for Accounting
Academic Director of the Ragone Center for Accounting Excellence

Office Room: 434
Phone Numbers: 856-225-6584

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Ph.D., Bernard M. Baruch College, CUNY

Expertise: corporate financing and investment, role of accounting information in equity valuation, financial reporting, earnings management

Courses frequently taught: Advanced Accounting (Undergraduate), Financial Statement Analysis (MBA), Problems in Financial Reporting (MBA), Accounting Theory and Public Policy (MBA)

Dr. Kim’s research focuses on the role of accounting information in equity valuation, and managerial discretion in corporate financial reporting. His research output has appeared in such respected scholarly journals as the Accounting Review, Financial Review, Journal of Management Accounting Research, International Financial Management and Accounting. His current research question is, “Opportunistic Use of Corporate Social Responsibility”. He was the recipient of the 2011 Fulbright Distinguished Chair Award to Yonsei University. He is also a recipient of the 2015 Rutgers Scholar and Teacher Award. He served as the president of Mid-Atlantic Region of American Accounting Association in 2013.

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Dr. Sungsoo Kim, professor of accounting at the Rutgers School of Business—Camden; author, numerous articles in professional and scholarly journals; winner, Best Paper Award at the Third International Conference on Contemporary Accounting. He can discuss:


• International accounting (IFRS)

• Capital market and accounting numbers

• Financial statement analysis

Stocks/Stock Markets:

• The quality of corporate earnings/Financial Reporting

• Capital Investments and the stock market

• Earnings Management