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Dr Ja Kim

BA (Hons) (Ajou University, South Korea), MSc (Edinburgh), Chartered MCSI (Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment), PhD (Edinburgh)
Lecturer in Accounting

Division: Accounting
E-mail: Ja.Kim@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 7484855
Location: B07 (Si Yuan Building, Jubilee Campus)

Ja Ryong Kim is Lecturer in Accounting. He obtained the PhD from the University of Edinburgh in 2015. His research interest is in the market-based accounting research including earnings management, audit quality, private companies and valuation.


Research Interests
Equity Valuation; Valuation Models; Multiples; Earnings Forecasts

Administrative Roles
Co-Deputy Director of BSc Accountancy
Assessment Tutor (BSc Accountancy)
I am module convenor of the following modules:


Undergraduate

Financial Analysis (N13301)


MSc

Financial Statement Analysis (N14183)


Details of all modules can be found on MyNottingham

Current Research Activities
My research interest is in the market-based accounting research including earnings management, audit quality, private companies and valuation.
I am currently supervising the following Research Students:

Abdul Rahman Ahmad Abdullah Al Natour
Muhammad Yahya Ghazali
Tarek Mahmoud Mosaad Metwally
 

Publications from 2005 to the present day

Conferences

Chen, J; Dedman, E., Ghazali, M; Kim, Ja, 2018, "The information environment in China: evidence from the split share system reforms", in IFABS 2018 Chile, forthcoming 2018.

Dedman, E.; Kim, J. R. 2017, "Some Consequences of Audit Exemption for Small Companies", in American Accounting Association.

Chen, J.; Dedman, E.; Ghazali, M; Kim, J. R. 2016, "Privatization and Information Environment: Evidence from the Split Share Structure Reform in China", in American Accounting Association.

Kim, J. 2015, "Earnings forecasting and the modelling of earnings", in BAFA Conference.

Kim, J. 2015, "Addressing puzzle about equity valuation using multiples: how earnings forecasts outperform residual income model in multiples", in CAAA conference.

Kim, J. 2014, "How cross-sectional models estimate earnings forecasts better than analyst forecasts?", at BAFA Conference.

Kim, J. 2013, "How multiples using earnings forecasts outperform multiples using residual income models", at FMA European Conference.

 

 

Nottingham University Business School

Jubilee Campus
Nottingham
NG8 1BB

telephone: +44 (0) 115 846 6602
fax: +44 (0) 115 846 6667
email: business-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk