Sahrok Kim, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Management
Department of Management, Operations, and Marketing
Ph D in Strategic Management, Washington State University, 2019
MBA in International Business, University of Wisconsin - White Water, 2005
BS in Business Management, University of Arizona - Tucson, 2002
Business Policy, Global Competitive Strategy, Seminar in Small Business Management
Disruptive innovation, firm growth, corporate governance, institutional anomie theory, social issues in management, case study, international management and the external environment, and the effects of gender, cultural values and social institutions on ethical, crisis management, and other managerial outcomes
Peer-Review Journal Articles
Kim, S., Parboteeah, P., Cullen, J., Liu, W. (2020). Disruptive innovation and national cultures: Enhancing effects of regulations in emerging markets. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 57, 101586.
Kim, S., Parboteeah, P., Cullen, J. (2020). The COVID-19 Crisis Management in the Republic of Korea. International Case Studies in the Management of Disasters, (pp. 231-249). UK: Emerald Publishing. November, 2020.
Recipient of Stanislaus State's PCDI Research, Teaching, Professional Development Grant, AY 2019-2020