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Min Jeong (Minna) Hong

Dr. Min Jeong (Minna) Hong

Assistant Professor
EducationCA, CPA, B.A., PhD
OfficeTRS 1-052
Phone416-979-5000 ext: 557561


Minna Hong is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the Ted Rogers School of Management. Her teaching interests are in auditing and financial accounting. Her research interests relate to financial reporting and disclosure and their impact on capital markets, and audit quality. She obtained a BA (Honours) from the University of Toronto and her Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation while working as an auditor in Toronto. Minna completed her Ph.D. at the University of Waterloo in 2022. Her thesis examines how fair value accounting affects the financial reports’ ability to discipline managers’ voluntary disclosures and, thus, the timeliness of price discovery.

Financial Accounting and Disclosures, Auditing, Capital Markets, Board of Directors

“Fair Values and Informational Efficiency: A Look at the Confirmatory Role of Financial Reports” (Solo-authored dissertation - Dissertation committee: Patricia O’Brien, Andrew Bauer, Joel Blit, and Sasan Saiy)
“Overlapping Committee Members and Financial Reporting Quality” (Co-authored study with Joyce Tian and Aida Sijamic Wahid)
“Do Mandatory Audits Improve Financial Reporting Quality?” (Co-authored study with Andrew Bauer and Darren Henderson)
“Earnings Announcement Reaction to Old News” (Co-authored study with Sasan Saiy)
“An Examination of the Timeliness of Price Discovery IPT Metric” (Solo-authored study)
Course code Course title
AFA 500 Intermediate Financial Accounting III