Our Faculty

Myojung Cho

Associate Professor

Lubin School of Business

Accounting

Location
  • @ New York City
    One Pace Plaza W484

Education

PhD, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Accounting

MBA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL
Accounting

BS, Ewha Women's University, Seoul, Korea
Mathematics

Academic and Professional Engagement Activities

Myojung Cho joined Pace in 2014. She teaches Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting and Auditing. Her research focuses on theoretical and empirical analyses of corporate disclosure of financial information and its impact on the capital markets. She has published at the Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance, the International Journal of Accounting, the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Corporate Governance: An International Review, and more.

Selected Contributions & Publications

Cho, M., Ibrahim, S. Non-financial Performance Measures and Pay-Performance Sensitivity. Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting.

Cho, M., Krishnan, G. Principles-Based Accounting Standards and Audit Outcomes: Empirical Evidence. Review of Accounting Studies.

Cho, M., Kwon, S., Krishnan, G. Determinants of Low-Balling of Audit Fees and Subsequent Recovery. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.

Cho, M., Ibrahim, S., Yan, Y. (2019). The Use of Nonfinancial Performance Measures in CEO Bonus Compensation. Corporate Governance: An International Review. 27(4), 301-316. Read More >>

Cho, M., Ki, E., Kwon, S. (2017). Effects of Accruals Quality on Audit Hours and Audit Fees. Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance. 32(3), 372-400.

Cho, M., Chung, K. (2016). The Effect of Commercial Banks' Internal Control Weaknesses on Loan Loss Reserves and Provisions. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics. 12(1), 61-72.

Cho, M., Kwon, S. (2014). Trading Volume and Investor Disagreement around Management Forecast Disclosures. Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance. 29(1), 3-30.

Cho, M., Hah, Y., Kim, O. (2011). Optimistic Bias in Management Forecasts by Japanese Firms to Avoid Forecasting Losses. International Journal of Accounting. 46(1), 79-101.

Cho, M., Kim, O., Lim, S. (2010). Two Conflicting Definitions of Relevance in the FASB Conceptual Framework. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. 29(6), 604-611.