Incheol   Kim

Assistant Professor  

Office: ECOBE 120C
Phone: (956) 665-2669
Email: incheol.kim@utrgv.edu

Dr. Incheol Kim





Selected Publications


  • Chansog Kim, Incheol Kim, Christos Pantzalis, and Jung Chul Park. "Corporate Political Strategies and Return Predictability," Financial Analyst Journal (forthcoming) (2018).

  • Incheol Kim, Hong Wan, Bin Wang, and Tina Yang. "Institutional Investors and Corporate Environmental, Social, and Governance Policies: Evidence from Toxic Release Data," Management Science (forthcoming) (2018).

  • Bill Francis, Incheol Kim, Bin Wang, and Zhengyi Zhang. "Labor Laws and Innovation Revisited," Journal of Banking and Finance 94, (2018): 1-15.

  • Chansog Kim, Incheol Kim, Christos Pantzalis, and Jung Chul Park. "Policy Uncertainty and the Dual Role of Corporate Political Strategies," Financial Management (forthcoming) (2018).

  • Incheol Kim, Christos Pantzalis, and Bin Wang. "Shareholder Geographic Proximity and Stock Price Informativeness," Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 45, (2018): 686-713.

  • Daniel Bradley, Incheol Kim, and Xuan Tian. "Do Unions Affect Innovation?," Management Science 63, (2017): 2251-2271.

  • Incheol Kim, Steve Miller, Hong Wan, and Bin Wang. "Drivers behind the Monitoring Effectiveness of Global Institutional Investors: Evidence from Earnings Management," Journal of Corporate Finance 40, (2016): 24-46.

  • Daniel Bradley, Incheol Kim, and Laurie Krigman. "Top VC IPO Underpricing," Journal of Corporate Finance 31, (2015): 186-202.

  • Kiyoung Chang, Incheol Kim, and Ying Li. "The Heterogeneous Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility Activities That Target Different Stakeholders," Journal of Business Ethics 125, (2014): 211-234.

  • Incheol Kim, Christos Pantzalis, and Jung Chul Park. "A Board’s Political Ideology and Firm Performance," Journal of Empirical Finance 21, (2013): 223-240.



Selected Presentations


  • Chune Y. Chung, Incheol Kim, and Monika K. Rabarison. "Is shareholder litigation an effective external monitoring device? Evidence from M&As," Southern Finance Association Conference, Asheville, NC (November 2018)

  • Chune Y. Chung, Incheol Kim, and Monika K. Rabarison. "Is shareholder litigation an effective external monitoring device? Evidence from M&As," Financial Management Association International (FMA) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA (October 2018)

  • Amirhossein Fard and Incheol Kim. "Environmental Regulation Strength and Debt Contracting: Evidence from the OECD Countries," Financial Management Association 2018, San Diego (October 2018)

  • Ji Woo Ryou, Incheol Kim, and Rong Yang. "The Color of Investors’ Money: Institutional Blockholders’ Political Values and Corporate Environmental Policies.," 2018 AAA Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. (August 2018)

  • Amirhossein Fard and Incheol Kim. "Environmental Regulation Strength and Debt Contracting: Evidence from the OECD Countries," Southwestern Finance Association, Albuquerque, NM (March 2018)

Current Courses

BADM 9391 18 - Dissertation-Extension:
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FINA 6340 02I - Advanced Corporate Finance:
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FINA 6340 01I - Advanced Corporate Finance:
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FINA 3380 90L - Introduction to Finance:
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