Wayne State University

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Chansog (Francis) Kim

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Associate Professor of Accounting
(313) 577-4528 (Phone)
Department
Accounting
Office Location
112 Rands House
Biography

Professor Kim’s teaching interests cover financial, managerial and international accounting. The foci of his research have been on security analysts' earnings forecasts, corporate political connections, corporate governance, and auditing. Prior to joining WSU’s business school, Dr. Kim taught at City University of Hong Kong where he served as the Ph.D. program coordinator for the accounting department and held membership on the university’s Board of Graduate Studies, the Business Studies Graduate Committee and the Departmental Executive Committee.

He earned his Ph.D. in accounting from Baruch College, The City University of New York, an M.B.A. from Western Illinois University, and a B.A. from Sogang University.
 

Selected Publications

Kim, C.F., C. Pantzalis and J. Park, 2014, Do family owners use firm hedging policy to hedge personal undiversified wealth risk?” Financial Management, Forthcoming.

Kim, C.F., C. Pantzalis and J. Park, 2012, “Political Geography and Stock Returns: The Value Implications of Indirect Access to Political Power,” Journal of Financial Economics 106 (1), 196-228. 

Chen, C., Y. Ding and C.F. Kim, 2010, “High-level politically connected firms, corruption, and analyst forecast accuracyaround the world,” Journal of International Business Studies 41 (9), 1505-1524.

Doukas, J., C.F. Kim, and C. Pantzalis, 2010, “Arbitrage Risk and Stock Mispricing,” Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis45 (4), 907-934.

Choi, JH, CF Kim, JB Kim, and YS Zang, 2010, “Audit Office Size, Audit Quality and Audit Pricing,” Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory29 (1), 73 – 97.

Doukas, J., C.F. Kim, and C. Pantzalis, 2008, “Do analysts influence corporate financing and investment?”Financial Management 37 (2), 303-339.

Doukas, J., C.F. Kim, and C. Pantzalis, 2006, “Divergence of Opinion and Equity Returns,”Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis41 (3), 573-606. 

Doukas, J., C.F. Kim, and C. Pantzalis, 2006, “Divergence of Opinion and Equity Returns under Different States of Earnings Expectations,” Journal of Financial Markets 9 (3), 310-331. 

Doukas, J., C.F. Kim, and C. Pantzalis, 2005, “Two Faces of Analyst Coverage,” Financial Management34 (2), 99-125.

Doukas, J., C.F. Kim, and C. Pantzalis, 2004, “Divergent Opinions and the Performance of Value Stocks,” Financial Analyst Journal 60 (6), 55-64. 

Kim, C.F., and C. Pantzalis, 2004, “Global/Industrial Diversification and Analyst Herding,” Financial Analyst Journal59 (2), 69-79. 

Doukas, J., C.F. Kim, and C. Pantzalis, 2002, “A Test of the Errors-in-Expectation of the Value/Glamour Stock Returns Performance: Evidence from Analysts' Forecasts,” Journal of Finance57 (5), 2143-2165.

Doukas, J., C.F. Kim, and C. Pantzalis, 2000, "Security Analysis, Agency Costs, and Firm Characteristics," Financial Analyst Journal56 (6), 54-63.

Selected Grants

Hong Kong Research Grants Council’s General Research Fund (GRF), 2012-2014, “Political Geography and Bank Loans,” HK$229,684 Equivalent to US$29,560

Hong Kong Research Grants Council’s General Research Fund (GRF), 2011-2013, “Excess Analyst Coverage and Stock Price Crashes,” HK$268,158 Equivalent to US$34,512

CityU Strategic Research Grant, 2008-2010, “Politically Connected Firms, Legal Enforcement, and Analyst Forecast Attributes around the World,” HK$179,200 Equivalent to US$23,063

Selected Presentations

Kim, C.F., and L. Zhang, 2013, “Corporate Political Connections and Tax Aggressiveness,” 28th Contemporary Accounting Research Conference Paper.

C.F. Kim, Z. Yang, and Y.O. Zhou, 2013, “Politically Connected Board and Audit Pricing,” American Accounting Association Annual Meeting.