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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 senior lecturer in accounting and finance. She holds a BSc in Statistics and an MA in Applied Linguistics 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. Dr Kim is interested in critical perspectives of accounting studies and social science of finance as well as the influence of contemporary Asian culture and management on global society.

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.

Teaching and subject expertise

Bachelor Degree

  • Business Accounting (Year 1)
  • Accounting and Finance for Business (Year 1)
  • Management & Corporate Financial Accounting (Year 2)
  • Accounting for Business (Year 2)
  • Management Accounting (Year 2)
  • Financial Strategy (Year 3)
  • Financial Management (Year 3)
  • Financial Management for Accountants (Year 3)
  • Financial Markets and Risk Management (Year 3)
  • Disseration (Year 3)


Master Degree 

  • MSc Accounting, Finance and Management 

External activities

Peer-reviewed Conference Papers:

  • Kim, A.(2019). Are You Critically Teaching Accounting And Finance In Universities?, British Academy of Management (BAM) 2019 (3rd – 5th September 2019), Aston Business School, Aston University. ISBN: 978-0-9956413-2-7
  • Kim, A.(2019). Colour Of Crisis: Conveying Financial Crisis Events In Colour And Affect As Aesthetic Force And Power, British Academy of Management (BAM) 2019(3rd – 5th September 2019), Aston Business School, Aston University. ISBN:978-0-9956413-2-7
  • Kim, A. (2018). Colour of crisis: Conveying crisis in colour and affect as aesthetic force and power, British Academy of Management (BAM) 2018 (4th – 6th September), Bristol Business School, University of the West of England. ISBN: 978-0-9956413-1-0 
  • Kim, A. (2017). Reading economic magazines: hidden codes and financial crisis representation in Korea, BAM2017 (British Academy of Management) Conference, University of Warwick. ISBN: 978-0-9956413-0-3

Conference Presentations

  • Kim, A. (2020). A Little Dragon Conquering The World: How the Korean automobile and gaming industry influence the global market, PCA2020 (15th – 18th April), Philadelphia, USA.
  • Kim, A.(2019). Finance as a Driver of the Korean gaming industry: Consequences of governmental and conglomerate investments for the Korean economy, Critical Finance Studies Conference (CFS) 2019 (7th – 9th August 2019), University of Birmingham.
  • Kim, A.(2019). The parallel emergence of Korean style in Korean e-sport and Korean automobiles, PCA2019 (17th – 20th April), Washington DC, USA. (1500USD funded by the conference).
  • Kim, A.(2018). Visualising and decoding Korean bank architecture: breathing with nature and preserving the spirit of Confucian capitalism, Critical Finance Studies (CFS) 2018 (9th – 11th August), University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • Kim, A. and McGoun, S. (2018). K-Pop and Car-Pop: The Parallel Emergence of Korean Style in Automobiles and Popular Music, PCA2018 (26th – 31st March), Indianapolis, USA. (1500USD funded by the conference).
  • Kim, A. (2017). Finance as a Driver of the Global Dreams Factory: Spread of the Hallyu (or Korean Wave) and its consequences for the Korean economy, Critical Finance Studies Conference, University of Leicester

Amee has also published over 20 conference papers, including invited seminars and lectures.

Publications and research outputs

  • Kim, A. (2019) "Symbolic representations of financial events in the Korean media", Qualitative Research in Financial Markets, https://doi.org/10.1108/QRFM-10-2017-0097
  • Kim, A. and Vanheusden, F. (2019) Yin-Yang representation of financial crisis: a Korean perspective. International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy. ISSN 1478-1484. (In Press)
  • Kim, A. and McGoun, S. (2019). ‘K-Pop and Car-Pop: The Parallel Emergence of Korean Style in Automobiles and Popular Music, Finance as a Driver of the Global Dreams Factory’ (Under review).
  • Kim, A. and McGoun, S. (2019). The Rise of the Bentley and Broad War Boys: How Nascent Technologies Evolve to Mainstream Sports (Under review)
  • Kim, A., (2015). Yin and Yang and the representation of the financial crisis in Korea, School of Management, University of Leicester. PhD thesis

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