Rebecca Chung Hee Kim

Rebecca Chung Hee Kim
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University · College of International Management (APM)

PhD in Management Research (University of Strathclyde UK)

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September 2013 - October 2016
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Position
  • Professor
March 2010 - August 2013
University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus
Position
  • Assistant Professor of CSR and International Management

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Publications (13)
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Skepticism toward CSR is increasing. Management research on CSR tends to focus on positive outcomes from the practice of CSR, such as enhanced financial performance and best practice business cases. Less attention is devoted to why CSR is under siege. This paper argues that CSR is intimately connected with the way that capitalism is practiced, and...
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“Creating shared value” (CSV) appears on contemporary business agendas. But despite empirical evidence concerning its popularity, serious questions about the logic of CSV are raised by scholars. This paper focuses on CSV in the Asian context. Using in-depth interviews with key informants from Japan, Korea, and India, we employ a strategy-as-practic...
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The article “Interpretation and integration of “creating shared value” in Asia: implications for strategy research and practice”, written by Kim, R.C., Saito, A. & Avvari, V.M. was originally published Online First without Open Access. After publication in volume 19, issue 4, page 379–406 the author decided to opt for Open Choice and to make the ar...
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This study reports the perception of green banking and willingness to participate in green loans by industries in Malaysia and to share lessons of green banking as an enterprise-knowledge transfer. A qualitative methodology was employed in this study and a positive perception of the industries on green banking was confirmed, setting meaningful crit...
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“Creating shared value” (CSV) appears on contemporary business agendas. But despite empirical evidence concerning its popularity, serious questions about the logic of CSV are raised by scholars. This paper focuses on CSV in the Asian context. Using in-depth interviews with key informants from Japan, Korea, and India, we employ a strategy-as-practic...
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Little is known regarding how and to what extent the emerging concept of creating shared value (CSV) can be integrated into unique Asian market dynamics. In this paper, we conduct a comparative content analysis of 240 sustainability reports on Japan, Korea, and China, spanning the period of 2012–2105. We find that CSV in Asia is a discrepant phenom...
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This article investigates responses of the international and domestic (South Korean) publics to one of the most hotly debated corporate scandals in recent years: Korean Air's so-called nut rage incident. By analyzing both international and domestic media coverage of the occurrence, we reveal contrasting interpretations between the two. Whereas the...
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The importance of ethical decision-making in international business has never been more apparent than in recent years. However, discussion concerning its teaching to future global talents who will be at this stage soon is scant and under-developed. Adapting Rest’s (1986) four-component model, the study attempts to sketch a broad outline of ethical...
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This article investigates Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Asia through two related themes: research knowledge and ethical norms. 'CSR in Asia' research is shown to be growing, particularly in East Asia. Compared with Western CSR literature, it is shown to be dominated by empirical, particularly quantitative, research. More substantively, t...
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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become a popular paradigm in the lexicon of today’s businesses. CSR generally involves voluntary actions by firms to reduce their environmental impacts, make their products safer or healthier, or contribute to the communities in which their operations and facilities are located. The question of whether “doi...
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The link between Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Global Talent Management (GTM) is conspicuously absent from existing research on CSR. Our comparative study of CSR and GTM in the UK and Korea is one of the few empirical studies to examine the link between CSR and GTM strategy and how this relationship may vary in different national contex...
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This article tracks Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as an emergent organizational process that places the employee at its center. Predominantly, research on CSR tends to focus on external pressures and outcomes leading to a neglect of CSR as a dynamic and developing process that relies on the involvement of the employee as a major stakeholder...

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