Sohyung Kim

Brock University - Faculty of Business

St. Catharines, Ontario L2S 3A1

Canada

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

What is Behind the Magic of O-Score? An Alternative Interpretation of Dichev's (1998) Bankruptcy Risk Anomaly

Review of Accounting Studies, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 08 Jan 2010 Last Revised: 10 Dec 2011
Sohyung Kim
Brock University - Faculty of Business
Downloads 826 (27,936)

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Market efficiency, Bankruptcy risk, Funds from operations, Cash flows, Accruals

2.

Implementability of Trading Strategies Based on Accounting Information: Piotroski (2000) Revisited

European Accounting Review Forthcoming
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 31 Oct 2014
Sohyung Kim and Cheol Lee
Brock University - Faculty of Business and Wayne State University
Downloads 297 (100,128)

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Market efficiency; Portfolio formation methodology; Financial statement analysis

3.

Goodwill Accounting and Asymmetric Timeliness of Earnings

CAAA Annual Conference 2013
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 17 Oct 2012
Sohyung Kim, Cheol Lee and Sung Wook Yoon
Brock University - Faculty of Business, Wayne State University and California State University, Northridge
Downloads 257 (116,729)

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Does the Mandatory Adoption of IFRS Improve the Association between Accruals and Cash Flows? Evidence from Accounting Estimates

Accounting Horizons, Forthcoming
Posted: 23 Aug 2018
Jimmy Downes, Tony Kang, Sohyung Kim and Cheol Lee
University of Nebraska at Lincoln, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Brock University - Faculty of Business and Wayne State University

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International Accounting; IFRS; Accounting Estimates; GAAP Differences; Predicted Cash Flows