Projects per year
Dr. Young Un Kim's research examines the intersection of Strategic Management and Corporate Governance. She is especially interested in how corporate boards act as wealth protectors as well as wealth creators. Furthermore, She explores how external and internal governance mechanisms complement and substitute each other to work as a bundle of corporate governance.
- Strategic Management
- Corporate Governance & Boards of Directors
- International Business
- Managerial Cognition
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Dr Young Un Kim joined Nottingham University Business School as an assistant professor of Strategy in March 2015. Previously, she was an assistant professor at UNSW Australia since 2012 where she taught Masters level and MBA level students. She received Bachelors in Business from Kyunghee University, a Masters in Electronic Commerce from Carnegie Mellon University, and a PhD degree in Strategy and Entrepreneurship from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research explores the intersection of Strategic Management and Corporate Governance. Current research projects focus on examining Boards of Directors role as strategic advisors and how national institutions affect how corporate boards behave.
Strategic Management II
Corporate Restructuring and Governance
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Exploring a Morally Desirable and Sustainable Corporate Governance System of Private Firms in China
15/05/21 → 25/10/21
Project: Contract Projects › Horizontal-Ningbo Municipal Contract Projects
A taxonomy of national governance bundles according to a role-based typology of corporate boardsKim, Y. U., 2016, p. 1539-1544. 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › peer-review
Structuring corporate boards for wealth protection and/or wealth creation: The effects of national institutional characteristicsKim, Y. U. & Ozdemir, S. Z., May 2014, In: Corporate Governance: An International Review. 22, 3, p. 266-289 24 p.
Research output: Journal Publication › Article › peer-review26 Citations (Scopus)