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JAY HEON JUNG

Dr Jay Jung is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting at Bayes Business School, City, University of London.

Dr Jung's research focuses on financial analysts and capital markets. His work has been published in top peer reviewed journals such as Journal of Accounting and Economics and featured in prestigious news outlets such as Bloomberg, Yahoo Finance, Le Monde, and NBC News Radio across USA, UK, Europe, and Asia.

Dr Jung serves as an ad hoc Associate Editor of British Accounting Review and on the Editorial Board of British Accounting Review and European Accounting Review. He is also an ad hoc reviewer for top peer reviewed journals, such as Journal of Accounting and Economics and The Accounting Review. He has received two Excellence in Reviewing Awards from the American Accounting Association's Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) and European Accounting Review.

Dr Jung has taught in Executive MBAMBA, undergraduatepostgraduate, and doctoral programs. His latest teaching evaluation score from the Executive Education (EMBA) program in Dubai, UAE is 5.0/5 (2022).

In 2019, Dr Jung co-organized the CeFARR Accounting Conference on the theme of new trends in sell-side analyst research, with a special focus on MiFID II directives (Event BrochureProgram). The conference featured the editors of top accounting journals (i.e., TAR, CAR), finance practitioners from equity research firms and investment banks, journalists, and members of the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority

Dr Jung has held visiting positions at Boston College, DePaul University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and University of Texas at Austin.

In his free time, Dr Jung trains Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He is a two-time English Open champion (in both Gi and No-Gi; UKBJJA's highest ranked competition). He has won gold in many international competitions. Combining his hobby with the joy of being an educator, he often teaches BJJ to elementary school children in London, UK, through a non-profit charity program.

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