Kim, S. & Schifeling, T. Good Corp, Bad Corp, and the Rise of B Corps: The Emergence and Development of Market Alternatives against Strategic Incumbents. (conditional acceptance, Administrative Science Quarterly).
Kim, S. & Kim, A. In-press. Going Viral or Growing Like an Oak Tree? Towards Sustainable Local Development through Entrepreneurship. Academy of Management Journal. [Published online: July, 2021]
Kim, S. 2021. Frame Restructuration: The Making of an Alternative Business Incubator amid Detroit’s Crisis. Administrative Science Quarterly, 66(3): 753-805.
Davis, G. F., & Kim, S. 2015. Financialization of the Economy. Annual Review of Sociology, 41: 203-221.
Leung, A. K.-y., Kim, S., Polman, E., Ong, L. S., Qiu, L., Goncalo, J. A., & Sanchez-Burks, J. 2012. Embodied Metaphors and Creative “Acts.” Psychological Science, 23(5): 502-509.
Davis, G. F., & Kim, S. 2014. The Corporation in Sociology. In A. Spicer & G. Baars (Eds.), The Corporation: A critical, multi-disciplinary handbook. Cambridge University Press.
Davis, G. F., & Kim, S. 2013. Financialization of the U.S. Economy. In R. A. Scott & S. M. Kosslyn (Eds.), Emerging Trends in Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Media and Practitioner-oriented Publications
Kim, S., Karlesky, M.J., Myers, C.G., & Schifeling, T. June 2016. Why Companies are Becoming B Corporations. Harvard Business Review.
Kim, S., Polman, E., & Sanchez-Burks, J. February 2012, When Truisms are True. New York Times
WORK IN PROGRESS
Kim, S., Lee, H. Pak, Y., & Yun, S. Unpacking South Korean Government’s Early-stage Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Preparing Manuscript.
Topic: processual investigation into how a complex system can resiliently respond to an unfolding crisis
Young-Hyman, T., Kim, S., & Sobering, K. Democracy Ends at the Budget: How Resources Attenuate Tension between Competing Ideals in Emerging Democratic Organizations. Analyzing Data.
Topic: emergence of a fledgling worker cooperative amid the tension between logics of democratic and entrepreneurial organizing
Yun, S., Kim, S., Lee, H., & Pak, Y. An Inevitable Failure of “Entrepreneurship That Does Not Fail” for North Korean refugees. Analyzing Data.
Topic: unraveling complex entanglement between refugee entrepreneurship and host country’s social entrepreneurship
Pak, Y., Kim, S., Lee, H., & Yun, S. Need, Merit, and Script: How a Social Enterprise Molded Refugee Entrepreneurship. Preparing Manuscript.
Topic: the role of cultural scripts on determining the success of North Korean refugee entrepreneurs in South Korea