The HSG-IWÖ Monthly Brownbag Sustainability Research Seminar is open to Ph.D. students.
The format is a mini-Ph.D. workshop with emphasis on interactive discussion.
Please register with Dr. Miron Avidan
We are happy to host Anna Kim, Assistant Professor, Strategy & Organization — Sustainability
We will discuss the paper “No time like the present: How a present time perspective can foster sustainable development” by Kim, Bansal, and Haugh (2019)
Kim, A., Bansal, P., & Haugh, H. (2019). No time like the present: How a present time perspective can foster sustainable development. Academy of Management Journal, 62(2), 607-634.
Anna will also discuss original choice of topic, setting, and her personal journey.
Anna Kim is Assistant Professor in Management for Sustainability at the Desautels Faculty of Management and Mentor for the B.Com Managing for Sustainability Major and Concentration. Anna’s research explores how organizations can better coordinate short- and long-term considerations, as well as local and global processes, for sustainable development. Her ethnographic fieldwork sites include Fairtrade-certified tea and coffee producer organizations in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Nepal, as well as alternative trading organizations (ATOs) in Canada and the UK. Anna’s work has been recognized by several awards, including Best International Paper Award and Best Environmental & Social Practices Paper Award at the Academy of Management (OMT Division), and published in journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and Organization Science.
A ZOOM link will be sent by Dr. Miron Avidan.