Joined Stern 2010
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Kaufman Management Center
44 West Fourth Street, 10-82
New York, NY 10012
Michael Jung joined New York University's Stern School of Business as an Assistant Professor of Accounting in July 2010.
Professor Jung's research interests relate to firms' financial communication and disclosure practices and the interactions between corporate managers, institutional investors and sell-side analysts. He and his co-authors have examined the corporate use of social media, diffusion of voluntary disclosure practices within industries, capital market consequences of firms' managerial presentations at investor conferences, determinants and consequences of CEOs taking $1 salaries, and the future implications of unexpectedly high or low analyst participation on firms' earnings conference calls. His papers are published or forthcoming in Review of Accounting Studies (RAST), Journal of Accounting Research (JAR), The Accounting Review (TAR), and Contemporary Accounting Research (CAR).
Professor Jung taught Principals of Financial Accounting to undergraduate students and Financial Accounting and Reporting to part-time MBA students from 2010 to 2012. He now teaches Financial Accounting and Reporting to Stern's full-time MBA students.
Prior to joining NYU Stern, Professor Jung was an equity research analyst for SG Cowen Securities, covering the telecommunications and networking industry. He also worked for Ernst & Young in its bankruptcy and restructuring group. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA).
Professor Jung received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley; his M.B.A. in Finance and International Business from NYU Stern School of Business; and his Ph.D. in Accounting from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
B.S., Civil Engineering
University of California, Berkeley
M.B.A., Finance and International Business
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
|Deloitte Foundation||Doctoral Fellow||2009|
|AAA/Deloitte/J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium||Fellow||2009|
|Robert R. Nathan Memorial Foundation||Doctoral Fellow||2009|
|The Wharton School Fellowship for Doctoral Studies||2006|
|New York University Stern School Scholar Distinction||1999|
|Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society||1999|
|New York University Stern School Director's Fellowship||1997|
|Army Reserve Officer Trainer Corps (ROTC) Engineering Award||1992|
|Civil Engineers in California Government Scholarship||1991|
Jing Chen and Michael J.Jung (2016)
Activist Hedge Funds and Firm Disclosure
Review of Financial Economics, Vol. 29, pp.52-63.
Jing Chen, Michael J. Jung, and Joshua Ronen (2016)
The Confirmation Effect of Analyst Recommendation Reiterations
Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance (Forthcoming)
Michael J. Jung, James. P. Naughton, Ahmed Tahoun, and Clare Wang (2016)
Corporate Use of Social Media
Working paper, 2016
Michael J. Jung, M.H. Franco Wong, and X. Frank Zhang (2016)
Buy-Side Analysts and Earnings Conference Calls
Working paper, 2016
Sophia Hamm, Michael J. Jung, and Clare Wang (2015)
Making Sense of One Dollar CEO Salaries
Contemporary Accounting Research, 2015, Vol. 32, No.3, pp 941-972
Michael J. Jung, M. H. Franco Wong, and X. Frank Zhang (2015)
Analyst Interest as an Early Indicator of Firm Fundamental Changes and Stock Returns
The Accounting Review, 2015, Vol. 90, No. 3, pp. 1049-1078.
Michael J. Jung (2013)
Investor Overlap and Diffusion of Disclosure Practices
Review of Accounting Studies, 2013, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 167-206.
Brian J. Bushee, Michael J. Jung, and Gregory S. Miller (2013)
Do Investors Benefit from Selective Access to Management?
Working paper, 2013
Brian J. Bushee, Michael J. Jung, and Gregory S. Miller (2011)
Conference Presentations and the Disclosure Milieu
Journal of Accounting Research, 2011, Vol. 49, No. 5, pp. 1163-1192.