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Rebecca Chunghee KIM


Rebecca Chunghee KIM


Rebecca Chunghee Kim, Ph.D. is Professor of Business Ethics and International Management at the NUCB Business School.She was a British Chevening scholar and a visiting scholar of University of California, Berkeley. Rebecca received her PhD degree (2009) from University of Strathclyde Business School, UK.

Specialized field and societal impact:
Rebecca is particularly interested in research on comparative and global CSR, ESG, and capitalism through active collaboration with scholars/practitioners from around the world. Her research interest also includes: UN SDGs; Inclusive Leadership; Family Business; and Institutional Theory. As a discussion-loving scholar, Rebecca has delivered speeches/guest lectures on international CSR and ESG in various nations including Japan, Korea, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Mongolia, UK and USA.

Research Interests

Business Ethics and International Management

Final Education

Ph.D., , University of Strathclyde Business School, UK

Awards & Honours

  • (2024) Wiley Top Cited Article 2022-2023. Wiley
  • (2024) Wiley Top Downloaded Article 2022. Wiley

Academic Papers

  • Rebecca Chunghee Kim (2022) Interpretation and integration of “creating shared value” in Asia: implications for strategy research and practice. Asian Business & Management 19
  • Rebecca Chunghee Kim (2022) Sanpo-Yoshi and Corporate Social Responsibility in Japan. Strategic Analysis 46 (4)
  • Rebecca Chunghee Kim (2022) Rethinking corporate social responsibility under contemporary capitalism: Five ways to reinvent CSR. Business Ethics, the Environment & Responsibility 31 (2)


  • (2023) New Capitalism through Inclusive Business Leadership: Asian Perspectives. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Primary Researcher
  • (2022) Inclusive Business Leadership in New Capitalism: Asian Perspectives. Center for Inclusive Leadership Primary Researcher
  • (2020) Value-oriented Inclusive Leadership of Asia: Harnessing the Link between the Varieties of Capitalism and CSR. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Primary Researcher

Book & Case Publishing

  • Lee Matthews, Lara Bianchi and Claire Ingram (2024) Creating Shared Value (In. Concise Encyclopedia of Corporate Social Responsibility). Edward Elgar
  • Japan Society for Business Ethics (JABES) (2023) The UK as a CSR Pioneer under Ethical Underpinning (In. Introduction to Business Ethics). Bunshin-do