Sally (Eunyoung) Whang, Ph.D.

Eunyoung Whang
Associate Professor of Accounting, Business
Office Phone
Office Location
Rydal Executive Plaza, 318

    Educational Background

    Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Ph.D. in Business Administration – Accounting; August 2010

    Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois
    Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Finance; August 2004

    University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Illinois
    Master of Accounting Science (MAS); May 2003

    Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois
    Bachelor of Business (BB) – Accounting; May 2002

    Research interests

    Managerial accounting, Financial accounting, Profitability ratio analysis

    Teaching interests and courses taught

    Managerial and Financial Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis

      Principles of Financial Accounting (MBA Program)
      Financial and Managerial Accounting (MBA Program)
      Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
      Financial Statement Analysis

      Selected Publications

      Financial Ratio Analysis of Job Satisfaction and Strategic Positioning of Law Firms (with Seonghee Han, and Kikyung Song) – International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior (forthcoming 2020)

      Pay Inequality and Job Satisfaction of Law Firms: The Role of Strategic Positioning (with Kikyung Song) – Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change 16(2), 2020

      The Revenue Persistence of US Accounting Firms: Impacts of SOX and Financial Crisis (with Kikyung Song) – Pacific Accounting Review 31 (3), August 2019

      Accounting Ratio Analyses of Inequality of Minority Lawyers (with Kikyung Song) – Business and Professional Ethics Journal 37 (2-3), Summer/Fall 2018.

      Culture, Capital Structure, and Implications for Accounting Regulation (with Andrew Anabila) – Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance 28(2), January/February 2017.

      An Empirical Description of Billionaires (with Andrew A. Anabila) - Accounting and Finance Research 3(2), May 2014

      Determinants of the Bias and Inaccuracy of Management Earnings Forecasts (with Andrew A. Anabila) –Accounting and Taxation 6(1), 2014