Department of Marketing and Management Sciences

Dr. Ki Hee Kim

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Office:   V3069
Phone:   973-720-2392
Email:KimK@wpunj.edu
Office Hours:   By appointment

Department: Marketing and Management
Position: Professor
Area Specialization: NAFTA and Its Impact on U.S. Industries, Chinese WTO Membership and Its Impact on World Trade, Green Marketing Strategies and Global Business
URL: http://www.wpunj.edu/ccob/departments/marketing-management/faculty/kim-ki-hee/kim.dot

Education:

Ph.D., Management, The University of Texas at Austin, Texas 1975
M.A., Journalism, The University of Texas 1970
B.A., English, Dan Kook University 1962

Primary Research Interests:

  • NAFTA and Its Impact on U.S. Industries
  • Chinese WTO Membership and Its Impact on World Trade
  • Green Marketing Strategies and Global Business

Representative Publications:

  • Kim, K. H. (2015). Rethinking Poor People and Poor Nations: Exploring Long-Term Sustainable Business Strategies to Reduce World Poverty and Improve U.S. National Security. California Business Review, 3(1), 27-32.
  • Kim, K. H. (2014). What Can Be Done to Reduce Trade Tensions with China and Improve U.S, National Security? Journal of Scholastic Inquiry: Business, 3(1), 46-56.
  • Kim, K. H. (2012). Globalization and Its Impact on U.S. National Security: What Is Your Strategy to Reduce Global Threats and Improve U.S. National Security. Journal of International Management Studies, 12(2), 81-85.
  • Kim, K. H. (2010). Is Free Trade Good for Working Americans: Lessons from North American Free Trade Agreement. Business Review, Cambridge, 15(1), 33-38
  • Kim, K. H. (2009). China's Entry into the WTO: Is it a False Promise for US and Chinese Workers? Business Review, Cambridge, 12(2),

Representative Presentations:

  • Ashnai, B., Kothandaraman, P., Kim, K. H., Mani, S. (in press). An Exploratory Study of B2B Salespeople’s Social Media Usage: Integrating Social Media Usage and the Sales Process.
  • Knaus, E., Mir, R. A., Kim, K. H., Matthews, W. (2015). Toward a Social Theory of the Firm (1st ed., vol. 14, pp. 5-9). Proceedings of the Academy of Strategic Management.
  • Kim, K. H. (2012). Trade Wars with China and Its Impact on US National Security: Strategies to Reduce Trade Tensions and Improve US National Security. The NBEA (Northeast Business and Economic Association) Conference.
  • Kim, K. H. (2011). Doing Business with the Poor People and Poor Nations: What is Your Business Strategy to Eradicate the World’s Poor (pp. 245-249). Northeast Business and Economics Association.
  • Kim, K. H. (2010). NAFTA is a Good Deal for Workers in North America: Theories and Evidence (vol. 37, pp. 517-522). Morristown: Northeast Business & Economics Association.
  • Kim, K. H. (2010). Is Free Trade Good for Working Americans: Lessons from North America Free Trade Agreement (pp. 7). New York: The Global Management & Information Technology Research Conference.
  • Kim, K. H. (2009). Global Warming: What is Your Business Strategy? (pp. 92-97). Worcester: Northeast Business & Economics Association.

Honors & Awards:

  • Excellence in Teaching
  • Excellence in Service
  • Certificate of Residency, Oxford University
  • Letters of Appreciation, the Honorable President of the Republic of Korea, Ro Moo Hyun,
  • Member, the Advisory Council for the Honorable President of the Republic of Korea, Dae Jung Kim
  • Medal of honor for service during the Vietnam War, Captain of the Korean Marine Corps, Korean government.