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Dr Amee Kim

Senior Lecturer

School: Christ Church Business School

Campus: Broadstairs

Tel: 01227 925159

Profile summary

Dr Amee Kim (amee.kim@canterbury.ac.uk)

Dr Amee Kim is a lecturer in accounting and finance. She holds a BSc in Statistics from Seoul and an MSc in International Finance and Financial Institutions from the University of Glasgow, and PhD in the School of Management, University of Leicester. She joined the CCCU Business School as a lecturer in accounting and finance in September 2014.

Research and knowledge exchange

Dr Amee Kim is currently interested in critical perspectives on the harmonisation of accounting and social science of finance, which includes accounting as social science, representation, accountability, and control in accounting and sociological aspects of finances and management.

Amee’s PhD in Management at the University of Leicester looked into the representations of the financial or economic crisis. For this project, she gained experience in understanding the nature of capitalism, inherent inequalities, financial innovations, the role of credit, failures of accounting/auditing, uncontrolled speculation and business regulation, as well as in quantitative analysis of the crisis.

Teaching and subject expertise

Bachelor Degree

1. Business Accounting

2. Management & Corporate Financial Accounting

3. Management Accounting

4. Financial Strategy & Financial Management


Foundations of Knowledge

Introduction to Accountancy

Economics for Management

Research Methods

 

Master Dissertation supervision

1. MSc Accounting and Finance

2. MSc Management, Accounting and Finance

3. MSc Finance

External activities

Peer-reviewed Conference Papers:

1. Kim, A. (2016). (Re)constructing self-identity during turbulent times of rapid social and economic change: a study of Korean financial crisis perspective. BAM (British Academy of Management) Conference, Newcastle University. ISBN: 978-0-9549608-9-6

2. Kim, A. (2016). Understanding and analysing economic magazines’ covers during times of turbulent social and economic change: a study of Korean financial crisis 2008-2013. BAM (British Academy of Management) Conference, Newcastle University. ISBN: 978-0-9549608- 9-6

3. Kim, A. (2016). Are we really promoting environmental accounting practice? A case study of Korean annual report environmental disclosure scores. BAM (British Academy of Management) Conference, Newcastle University. ISBN: 978-0-9549608-9-6

 

4. Kim, A. (2014). “Creating harmony in crisis periods: Exporting cultural values through Yin-

Yang mythology,” Myth and the Market, Dublin: UCD Business School, pp. 232-246. ISBN:

9781905254859



Conference Presentations


1. Kim, A. (2016). Analysis of emerging sustainability accounting systems in Korea using performance indicators: Are we really going green? Invited by the British Accounting and Finance Association - Accounting and Finance in Emerging Economies (AFEE) Special Interest Group, “15th Workshop on Accounting and Finance in Emerging Economies”, University of Bristol


2. Kim, A. (2016). How green is green? Comparing Korean sustainability accounting systems using performance indicators. R&KE Seminar Presentation, Christ Church Business School, Canterbury Christ Church University.


3. Kim, A. (2016). Are we really promoting sustainability accounting practice? Contrasting sustainability accounting systems and environmental performance indicators in Korea: 1st Conference on Management and Environmental Sustainability – ‘Scaling Sustainability: Regulation and Resilience in Managerial Responses to Climate Change’, College Court, University of Leicester


4. Kim, A. (2015). “The influence of media on self-identity during times of rapid social and economic change: A Korean financial crisis perspective”: the 33rd Standing Conference on Organisational Symbolism (SCOS), Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University.


5. Kim, A. (2015). “Korean narrative of self-identity during times of rapid social and economic change: Yin and Yang and the financial crisis”: the 7th Critical Finance Studies conference, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.


6. Kim, A. (2014). “Financial Imaginaries: Myths of Korean Financial Breakdown”, CRESC Conference 2014 Power and Social Framing, University of Manchester.


7. Kim, A. (2014). “Creating harmony in crisis periods: Exporting cultural values through Yin-Yang mythology”, Myth and the Market conference, Carlingford.


8. Kim, A. (2014). “The representation of Korean financial breakdown: In conveying reality, we create reality”, 2nd International Colloquium on Design, Branding and Marketing, Nottingham Trent University.

Publications and research outputs

Working Papers

1. “Are we really promoting environmental accounting practice? A case study of Korean annual report environmental disclosure scores,” (Developmental Paper in BAM 2016 Conference).

2. “Understanding and analysing economic magazines’ covers during times of turbulent social and economic change: a study of Korean financial crisis 2008 – 2013,” (Developmental Papers in BAM 2016 Conference).

3. “(Re)constructing self-identity during turbulent times of rapid social and economic change: a study of Korean financial crisis perspective,” (Developmental Papers in BAM 2016 Conference).

4. “Myths of Korean Financial Breakdown: Interpreting visual cultural products of Yin- Yang” (working paper).

5. “Creating harmony in the crisis: Yin-Yang colour representation in Korean financial breakdown” (working paper).

6. “Dunking Apple in bowl of water: exporting Confucianism through technology” (working paper) – Collaboration with University of Leicester.

7. Kim, A., (2015). Yin and Yang and the representation of the financial crisis in Korea, School of Management, University of Leicester.

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