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Iny Hwang is Associate Professor of Accounting at Seoul National University. Iny Hwang received both a Bachelor of Science degree in International Economics and a Master degree of Business Administration from Seoul National University in South Korea. He received a Doctorate in Management (Accounting concentration) from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Dr. Hwang’s research and teaching interests pertain to incentive compensation, performance measurement, cost management, and value implication of various economic phenomena such as cost structure and constrained capacity.
He has published both theoretical and empirical articles in academic journals including The Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Management Accounting Research, and Management Science.

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[Articles]
"The impact of performance measure discriminability on the ratee incentives" with Tae Sik Ahn and Myung-In Kim, The Accounting Review 85(2), 2010
"Dual time series of annual earnings based on the direction of sales changes", Seoul Journal of Business 15(2), 2009
"Importance of measures of past performance: empirical evidence on quality of e-service providers" with Rajiv D. Banker, Contemporary Accounting Research 25(2), 2008
"Vender certification and appraisal: implications for supplier quality" with Suresh Radhakrishnan and Lixin Su, Management Science 52(10), 2006
"Product costing and pricing under long-term capacity commitment" with Rajiv D. Banker and Birendra K. Mishra, Journal of Management Accounting Research 14(1), 2002

[Proceedings]
"Returns to Scale of Public Accounting Firms" with Benjamin Lev, Hsihui Chang, and Hiu Lam Choy, The 4th International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management, 2010
"Signaling Mechanisms and Survival of Service Providers in an Electronic Market" with Rajiv Banker and Sunil Wattal, The 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2010

[Presentations at Refereed Conferences]
“How Does Ratchet Effect Rise and Sag? Empirical Evidence with Respect to Target Ambiguity, Interactive Target Setting, and Measurement Noise”
- The American Accounting Association Management Accounting Section Mid-Year Conference, Atlanta, GA, January 2011

“The Impact of Sales Decrease on Valuation and Contracting Role of Earnings”
- The 6th Asia-Pacific Management Accounting Association Forum, Taipei, Taiwan, November 2010

“Returns to Scale of Public Accounting Firms”
- International Data Envelopment Analysis Society Conference, Philadelphia, PA, July 2009

“The Impact of Performance Measure Discriminability on the Ratee Incentives”
- The American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, August 2008
- The American Accounting Association Midwest Regional Meeting, Troy, MI, March 2008

“Importance of Measures of Past Performance: Empirical Evidence on Quality of E-Service Providers”
- The American Accounting Association Management Accounting Section Mid-Year Conference, Clearwater Beach, FL, January 2006
- The American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 2005
- The American Accounting Association Information Systems Section Mid-Year Conference, New Orleans, LA, January 2005

“Relative Weights on Measures of Past Performance”
- The American Accounting Association Management Accounting Section Mid-Year Conference, Clearwater Beach, FL, January 2006

“Product Costing and Pricing under Long-Term Capacity Commitment”
- The American Accounting Association Management Accounting Section Mid-Year Conference, Austin, TX, January 2002