Associate Professor of Accounting and Law
University at Buffalo School of Management
Corporate voluntary disclosures; accounting fraud; environmental, social and governance (ESG) accounting; mergers and acquisitions (consolidation) accounting; executive and employee turnover; accounting-marketing interface
Inho Suk’s research examines such topics as the motivations and consequences of corporate voluntary disclosures and accounting fraud, the tone of ESG accounting, the role of accounting in mergers and acquisitions, how accounting and marketing interact, and the effects of employee turnover on executive compensation and turnover.
Suk can respond to interview requests in English and Korean.