Suzie Noh

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Assistant Professor, Accounting

Suzie Noh

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Michelle R. Clayman Faculty Scholar for 2023–2024
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Research Statement

Her research focuses on exploring the determinants and consequences of corporate disclosures, such as how financial reporting regulations affect firms’ economic decisions or disclosure decisions, and how firms’ disclosures affect the behavior of financial intermediaries and the information content of stock prices.

Academic Degrees

  • PhD in Management, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • Master of Finance, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • BA in Economics and Mathematics, Emory University

Awards and Honors

  • James and Doris McNamara Faculty Scholar for 2021–22
  • Summa Cum Laude, Emory University


Journal Articles

Suzie Noh, Eric C. So
Journal of Financial Economics (advanced online January 30, 2021)

Working Papers

Brandon Gipper, Laura Lingyu Gu, Jinhwan Kim, Suzie Noh February 2024
Suzie Noh, Eric C. So, Christina Zhu September 28, 2021

Insights by Stanford Business

June 12, 2024
Unexpected news about a company’s profits can have a big impact on people who live near its HQ.
June 03, 2022
It’s not just investors paying attention. Plus: Why not to announce good news on a Friday.
August 13, 2020
Stanford business professors share what they’re reading at home right now.