June Huang

About Me

I am an assistant professor of accounting at the University of Texas at Dallas and I teach introduction to financial accounting. 

I am broadly interested in the factors that shape firm disclosure, both financial and non-financial, and in the economic impact of disclosure on investors, politicians, regulators, and consumers. In particular, I am interested in corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure, the role firms play in their political environments, and the intersection of the two.

Before entering academia, I worked in investment banking at J.P. Morgan and at CODE Advisors. Outside of work, I enjoy cooking and baking, indoor rowing, and spending time with family, friends, and my two cats.


The Politics of CSR Activity: Evidence from Press Releases (Job Market Paper)

Voluntary ESG Disclosure and ESG Performance: Mind the (Gender Pay) Gap (with Shirley Lu)

The Effect of Close House Elections on Local Firm Investment

The Effects of Buy-Now-Pay-Later Disclosure (with Benedict Guttman-Kenney and Gurpal Sran)

2023-06-16_Huang, June - CV.pdf