Eunho Cho

Assistant Professor

Eunho Cho
College of Business & Economics

Accounting and Finance

Merrick 135
B.A.Business Administration / Sogang University
MBAFinancial Engineering / Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Ph.D.Accounting / Sogang University


Eunho(Andy) Cho joined NCAT on August 16. 1, 2019. Before joining NCAT, he was an assistant professor of Accounting at Kean University, Wenzhou campus for 2 years and New York Institute of Technology, Nanjing Campus for 2 years. He also taught at Sogang University from 2012 to 2015 and Korea Banking Institution from 2004 to 2015, respectively. He obtained a doctor degree of Accounting and a bachelor degree of Business from Sogang University, a master degree of Financial Engineering from KAIST. He worked for finance and manufacturing company for 9 years and 4 years, respectively. He has eleven peer-reviewed papers published including two papers in SSCI journals. His research focuses on the CSR, earnings management, corporate governance, and analysts’ behavior. He achieved the certificate of CFA & FRM. He also passed AICPA exam. Interested teaching courses are Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, and F/S analysis.

Research Interests

Corporate Social Responsibility, Earning Management, Corporate Governance, Firm Value

Recent Publications

  • Sungbin Chun, Eunho Cho (2012). (A case study on disclosure and accounting violation of Dell.). (2) 16, pp. 29-61. Korea Business Review.
  • Sungbin Chun, Ayoung Lee, Myungin Kim, Sunghye Kim, Eunho Cho (2013). (Perception and usage behavior of financial analysts on public and private information.). (3) 22, pp. 253-295. Korean Accounting Journal.
  • Donseung Choi, Eunho Cho (2014). (International diversification, product strategy, and firm value: Evidence from Korea.). (6) 13, pp. 1551-1564. International Business & Economics Research Journal.
  • A-Young Lee, Sung-Hye Kim, Eunho Cho (2014). (The mandatory adoption of IFRS and the disclosure quality of management discussion and analysis.). (4) 19, pp. 83-122. Korea Journal of Accounting Research.
  • Eunho Cho, Sungbin Chun, Don Seung Choi (2015). (International diversification and corporate social responsibility: A moderating effect of product strategy). (2) 28, pp. 469-489. Korean Journal of Business Administration.
  • Eunho Cho (2015). (International diversification, corporate social responsibility, and corporate governance: Evidence from Korea.). (2) 31, pp. 743-764. Journal of Applied Business Research.
  • Eunho Cho, Hayeon Park (2015). (Is CSR Really Profitable?: Evidence from Korea). (6) 31, pp. 2167-2186. Journal of Applied Business Research.
  • Eunho Cho, Sungbin Chun (2016). (Corporate social responsibility, real activities earnings management, and corporate governance: Evidence from Korea.). (4) 23, pp. 400-431. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics (SSCI).
  • Sungbin Chun, Eunho Cho (2017). (Differentiation Strategy, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Real Activities Earnings Management: Evidence from Korea.). (4) 33, pp. 667-690. The Journal of Applied Business Research.
  • Eunho Cho, Don Seung Choi, Xiaotong Chai (2019). (Board structure and financial performance: Evidence from Chinese listed banks). (4) 19, pp. 77-85. Korean Management Consulting Review.
  • Jianchun Fang, Wanshan Wu, Zhou Lu, Eunho Cho (2019). (Using Baidu index to nowcast mobile phone sales in China). (1) 64, pp. 83-96. The Singapore Economic Review (SSCI).
  • Eunho Cho, Albert Tsang (2020). (Corporate Social Responsibility, Product Strategy, and Firm Value). (2) 49, pp. 272-298. Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies (SSCI).
  • Sarmann Kennedyd, Eunho Cho, Donseng Choi (2020). (Factors Influencing the Adoption of Virtual Communication in Organizations: A Project Management Perspective). (1) 20, pp. 393-410. Korean Management Consulting Review.
  • Eunho Cho, Collins Okafor, Nacasius Ujah, Linmei Zhang (2021). (Executives’ gender-diversity, education, and firm’s bankruptcy risk: Evidence from China). pp. 100500. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance.