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Jin Young Kang

Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations


Jin Young Kang is an Assistant Professor in the Sellinger School of Business and Management at Loyola University Maryland. Jin Young Kang has taught Sustainability management, International business, and Social entrepreneurship courses at the undergraduate and MBA levels in the U.S. and South Korea.

Dr. Kang has experience working with international businesses, governments, NGOs, and the UN in a number of nations, including the United States, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Mongolia, Myanmar, the United Kingdom, and India.

Academic Degrees

Ph.D, University of Massachusetts-Boston
MA, Brandeis University
BA, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Representative Publications

J. Lee, J.L. Parpart & C.K Lee, (2023) “Does Corporate Social Responsibility matter to gender inequality during Covid-19: Silencing of women’s voices in South Korea case.” Book Chapter Women in the World: Pushing for New Paradigm, Hoda Mahmoudi, Routledge Edited Volume. 

Y. Yeom, J.Lee & C. K.Lee, (2023). “The effect of prosocial orientation on CSR scope: the moderating role of the CSR department.” Social Responsibility Journal.

Lee, C. K., Dmytriyev, S. D., Rutherford, M. A., & Lee, J. Y. (2023). The impact of B Corporations’ certification timing on a firm’s economic and social value creation. Social Responsibility Journal, ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print).

C.K. LEE, F.T. Mousa, J. Lee, & S. Lee, (2021) “Consumer Behavior and Social Entrepreneurship: The case of South Korea” Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 

C.K. LEE, S. Simmons, A. Amezcua, J. Lee, & G.T. Lumpkin (2020) “Moderating effects of Informal institutions on Social Entrepreneurship Activity” Journal of Social Entrepreneurship,

J. LEE, & J.L. Parpart (2018). “Constructing gender identity through masculinity in CSR reports: The South Korean case” Business Ethics: A European Review, 27(4), 309-323.