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Dr. Jun Guo

Associate Professor

Office: BSB 333A

Phone: (856) 225-2585

Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton

Research interests: Financial Reporting and Disclosure, Internal Controls, Corporate Social Responsibility, International Accounting

Courses Taught: Intermediate Accounting, Management Accounting, Performance Measurement and Competitive Strategy (PMAcc)

Awards and Honors:

  • Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Outstanding Research, Rutgers–Camden, 2018
  • Research Council grant, Rutgers University, 2017-2018
  • Catalyst Grant Award ($5000) from Provost Research Fund, Rutgers–Camden, 2017
  • Superior Achievement Award in Teaching, Rutgers School of Business–Camden, 2017
  • Superior Achievement Award in Research, Rutgers School of Business–Camden, 2016
  • Distinguished Dissertation Award ($500), Binghamton University, 2015
  • Journal of International Accounting Researchthe 2nd Conference Travel Grant ($3000), 2014
  • Graduate Student Excellence in Teaching Award, SUNY at Binghamton, 2012
  • Dean’s Honor Roll for Excellence in Teaching, SUNY at Binghamton, Fall 2011

Brief Summary of Research Focus
Dr. Guo’s research focuses on financial reporting quality, internal controls, and stakeholders’ interests. It also investigates international accounting topics, corporate governance, and corporate social responsibility, etc. Her research has published in The Accounting ReviewContemporary Accounting ResearchJournal of Banking and Finance, Journal of International Accounting Research, and Journal of Information Systems, among others.

  1. “Analyst’s cash flow forecasts and pricing of accruals”, with Linna Shi and Huai Zhang, Advances in Accounting 2014, Vol. 30(1): 95-105.
  2. “Does the value of cash holdings deteriorate or improve with material weaknesses in internal control over financial reporting?” with Pinghsun Huang, Tongshu Ma and Yan Zhang, Journal of Banking and Finance 2015, Vol. 54: 30-45.
  3. “Foreign ownership and real earnings management: Evidence from Japan” with Pinghsun Huang, Yan Zhang and Nan Zhou, Journal of International Accounting Research 2015, Vol. 14 (2): 185-213.
  4. “The effect of employee treatment policies on internal control weakness and financial restatements” with Pinghsun Huang, Yan Zhang and Nan Zhou, The Accounting Review, July 2016, Vol. 91 (4).
  5. “XBRL implementation and post-earnings-announcement drift: the impact of state ownership in China” with Songsheng Chen and Xiaoxiao Tong, Journal of Information Systems 2017 (Lead Article), Vol 31 (1): 1-19.
  6. “Accounting experts of audit committee and expected rate of return estimation in pension accounting” with Joseph Comprix, Yan Zhang and Nan Zhou, Research in Accounting Regulation, 2017, Vol 29 (2): 159-166.
  7. “Expertise rents from insider trading for financial experts on audit committees” with Scott Duellman, Yan Zhang and Nan Zhou, Contemporary Accounting Research, 2018, Vol 35 (2): 930-955.
  8. “Do debt covenant violations serve as a risk factor of ineffective internal control?” with Pinghsun Huang and Yan Zhang, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2019, Vol 52 (1): 231-251.
  9. “Accounting conservatism and corporate social responsibility” (with Pinghsun Huang and Yan Zhang), Advances in Accounting, 2020, Vol 51,100501.
  10. “Examining PCAOB disciplinary orders on small audit firms: Evidence from 2005 to 2018” with Ethan Kinory and Yaou Zhou, International Journal of Auditing, 2021, Vol 25 (1):103-116.
  11. “Corporate social irresponsibility and boards: The implications of legal expertise” (with Ravi Dharwadkar, Linna Shi and Rong Yang), Journal of Business Research, 2021, Vol 125: 143-154.
  12. “The impact of XBRL on real earnings management: unexpected consequences of the XBRL implementation” with Songsheng Chen, Qingqing Liu and Xiaoxiao Tong, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2021, Vol 56: 479–504.
  13. “Does CFO Accounting Expertise Matter to Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure in 10-Ks?” (with Sungsoo Kim, Yang Yu and Jung Yeun Kim), Journal of Applied Accounting Research, 2021, forthcoming.

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