Dr. Eunho(Andy) Cho, Assistant Professor

Andy Cho

Office : CBPM B419    Email : echo@kean.edu

Eunho(Andy) Cho (Ph.D., CFA, AICPA, FRM) joined WKU on Sep. 1, 2017. Before joining WKU, he was an assistant professor of Accounting at New York Institute of Technology, Nanjing Campus for 2 years. He also taught at Sogang University from 2012 to 2015 and Korea Banking Institution from 2004 to 2015, respectively. He obtained a doctor degree of Accounting and a bachelor degree of Business from Sogang University, a master degree of Financial Engineering from KAIST. He worked for finance and manufacturing company for 9 years and 4 years, respectively. He has ten peer-reviewed papers published including two papers in SSCI journals (Asia Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics and Singapore Economic Review). His research focuses on the CSR, earnings management, corporate governance, and analysts’ behavior. He achieved the certificate of CFA, AICPA and FRM. Interested teaching courses are Financial Accounting, Managerial and Cost Accounting, Non-For Profit Accounting, and Financial Statement Analysis.

Recent Publications

– Journals Papers
1. Differentiation Strategy, CSR, And Real Activities Earnings Management Evidence from Korea (with S. Chun), The Journal of Applied Business Research Volume 33, 2017.

  1. Corporate social responsibility real activities earnings management and corporate governance evidence from Korea (with S. Chun), Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 2016- available online https://doi.org/10.1080/16081625.2015.1047005.
  2. Is CSR Really Profitable Evidence from Korea (with H. Park), The Journal of Applied Business Research Volume 31, Number 6, 2015.
  3. International diversification and corporate social responsibility A moderating effect of product strategy (with S. Chun, and D. Choi), Korean Journal of Business Administration 28(2): 469-489. 2015.
  4. The mandatory adoption of IFRS and the disclosure quality of management discussion and analysis (with Lee, A. Y., S. H. Kim), Korean Journal of Accounting Research 19 (4): 83-122,2014