Jihye Kim joined University of Dundee School of Business in September 2020. She holds an MPhil in International Business and PhD in International Business from the University of Manchester, UK. Her PhD thesis investigated the drivers of successful collaborations between Business and Civil Society Organisations by applying PLS-SEM using SmartPLS 3 software. During her PhD, she undertook various assistant teaching roles within Alliance Manchester Business School such as leading seminars in Global Contexts in International Business and Case Studies in Management. She also undertook research assistant work analysing data from secondary sources such as patents, CVs and LinkedIn on the employee mobility of about 10,000 inventors across 30 countries. Jihye Kim's research focuses mainly on corporate social responsibility, cross-sector partnership, and social value creation by MNEs. Her work has been published in Korean Journal of Strategic Management and Korean Business and Economics.
Areas of expertise
Corporate social responsibility
Sustainable development goals
Social value creation
In October 2021, I received University of Dundee School of Social Sciences Strategic Development Impact Funding grant for the project 'Using Social Media Data in Innovation Research: Prospects and Challenges'.
In July 2021, I received research grant from NSBM Green University, Sri Lanka for the project titled ‘Industry 4.0 technologies in social enterprises: Adoption and role in achieving social and environmental goals’.
Entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity
Areas of expertise
- Corporate social responsibility
- Cross-sector partnership
- Sustainable development goals
- Social value creation
I am currently teaching the following modules
In September 2021 I received UDSB Teaching Awards (2020/21)- criteria for the award for embedding research and/or scholarship in teaching