Suil Pae

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Contact Information

SKK Graduate School of Business

Sungkyunkwan University

25-2 Sungkyunkwan-Ro, Jongno-Gu

Seoul, Korea (03063)

T: +82-2-740-1513 E: suilpae@gmail.com Web: https://sites.google.com/view/suilpae

Employment

Education

Research Interests

    • Corporate Voluntary Disclosure
    • Roles of accounting information in organizations and markets
    • Economics of auditing

Selected Publications

  1. Pae, S., Song, C.J., Yi, A.C., 2016. Career concerns and management earnings guidance. Contemporary Accounting Research 33 (3): 1172-1198.
  2. Hughes, J.S., Pae, S., 2015. Discretionary disclosure, spillovers, and competition. Review of Accounting Studies 20 (1): 319-342.
  3. Hughes, J.S., Pae, S., 2014. Discretionary disclosure and efficiency of entrepreneurial investment. Contemporary Accounting Research 31 (4): 982-1007.
  4. Pae, S., 2005. Selective disclosures in the presence of uncertainty about information endowment. Journal of Accounting and Economics 39 (3): 383-409.
  5. Hughes, J.S., Pae, S., 2004. Voluntary disclosure of precision information. Journal of Accounting and Economics 37 (2): 261-289.
  6. Pae, S., 2002. Discretionary disclosure, efficiency, and signal informative­ness. Journal of Accounting and Economics 33 (3): 279-311.
  7. Pae, S., 2002. Optimal disclosure policy in oligopoly markets. Journal of Accounting Research 40 (3): 901-932.
  8. Pae, S., Yoo, S.W., 2001. Strategic interaction in auditing: an analysis of auditors’ legal liability, internal control system quality, and audit effort. The Accounting Review 76 (3): 333-356.
  9. Pae, S., 2000. Information sharing in the presence of preemptive incentives: Economic consequences of mandatory disclosure. Review of Accounting Studies 5 (4): 331-350.
  10. Pae, S., 1999. Acquisition and discretionary disclosure of private information and its implications for firms’ productive activities. Journal of Accounting Research 37 (2): 465-474. [Corrigendum to this article appears in Mach 2004 issue.]
  11. Chan, D.K., Pae, S., 1998. An analysis of the economic consequences of the proportionate liability rule. Contemporary Accounting Research 15 (4): 457-480.

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses:

    • Introduction to Management Accounting
    • Advanced Management Accounting

MBA Courses:

    • Business Accounting
    • Managerial Accounting
    • Cost Analysis and Management Control
    • Games and Information
    • Managerial Economics
    • Economic Analysis

PhD Seminars:

    • Analytical Research in Accounting
    • Corporate Voluntary Disclosure

Executive Courses:

    • Managerial Accounting
    • Cost Analysis and Management Control
    • Performance Evaluation
    • Managerial Accounting for Decision Making & Control
    • Corporate Financial Reporting
    • Financial Statement Analysis and Firm Valuation