Kyung Min Baek
Kyungmin Baek is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology in School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Nazarbayev University. His primary research investigates the adoption, implementation, and consequences of environmental management practices in Asian corporations. He has also investigated how workplaces in Asian countries adopt and implement work-family and anti-discrimination policies and what the impact of these policies on demographic composition of workforce. Baek has published articles in international peer review journals including Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, Journal of Business Ethics and Law and Social Inquiry. Prior to his appointment at NU SHSS, he held Assistant Professorship in the Department of Sociology at Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia. He received his BA and MA in Sociology from Korea University and his Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Minnesota.
Baek, K., 2018 In : Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management.
Professional Construction of Diversity Management Programs in Korea
Baek, K., 2017 In : Development and Society. 46, 1,
“Who is Ethical?” The Code of Business Ethics in Korean Organizations”
Baek, K., 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility in the Post Financial Crisis-CSR Conceptualization and International Practices in times of Uncertainty. p. 99-116
The Diffusion of Voluntary Environmental Programs: The Case of ISO 14001 in Korea, 1996–2011
Baek, K., 2015 In : Journal of Business Ethics.
Noncompliance with Parental Leave Provisions in Korea: Extending Institutional Research to a New Legal Context
Baek, K., Kelly, E., 2014 In : Law and Social Inquiry. 39, 1, p. 176-202
Work-family policies in Korean organizations: Human resources management and institutional explanations
Baek, K., Kelly, E., Jang, Y., 2012 In : Asian Business and Management. 11, 5, p. 515-539