Jinhwan Kim

Jinhwan Kim
Assistant Professor, Accounting
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Research Interests

  • Corporate Disclosure
  • Innovation
  • Real Effects
  • Financial Reporting
  • Capital Markets


Professor Jinhwan Kim joined the Stanford Graduate School of Business in July 2019. Professor Kim’s research focuses on the economic consequences of corporate disclosure. His research investigates how traditional and non-traditional forms of corporate disclosure affect capital market and real outcomes. He holds BS and MS degrees from Columbia University and a PhD from MIT Sloan School of Management.

Academic Degrees

  • PhD in Accounting, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • MS in Applied Math, Columbia University
  • BS in Applied Math and Economics, Columbia University

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Accounting Stanford Graduate School of Business, 2019-present


Journal Articles

Travis L. Johnson, Jinhwan Kim, Eric C. So. The Review of Financial Studies (forthcoming). 2020.

Working Papers

The Innovation Consequences of Mandatory Patent Disclosures | PDF
Jinhwan Kim, Kristen Valentine, October 242019
Do Firms Strategically Internalize Disclosure Spillovers? Evidence from Cash-Financed M&As | PDF
Jinhwan Kim, Rodrigo S. Verdi, Benjamin Yost, July 292019


Degree Courses


Financial accounting is the measurement of economic activity for decision-making. The objective of this course is not to train you to become an accountant but rather to help you develop into an informed user of financial statement information....

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