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  • Journal article

Hee-Chan Song. (in press). A Buddhist mindfulness view of paradox: Silence and skepticism of language to dismantle paradox. Organization Science.

Hee-Chan Song. (in press). War on drugs: How multi-stakeholder partnerships contribute regional sustainable development. Journal of International Business Studies.


Hee-Chan Song. (2023). Identity conflict amidst environmental change: An ethnography of a Buddhist temple. Journal of Management Studies, 60 (4), 889-923.


Hee-Chan Song. (2023). How Buddhist monks use historical narratives to delegitimize a dominant logic: The case of a Korean Buddhist organizational field, 1910 - 1962. Journal of Management Inquiry, 32 (4), 295-312.


Hee-Chan Song. (2022). How do Buddhist monks frame conflicts? A Buddhist approach to paradox. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 15(2), 148-165.


Hee-Chan Song. (2021). Buddhist approach to corporate sustainability. Business Strategy and the Environment, 30 (7), 3040-3052.


Hee-Chan Song. (2020). Sufficiency economy philosophy: Buddhism‐based sustainability framework in Thailand. Business Strategy and the Environment, 29(8), 2995-3005.


Tima Bansal & Hee-Chan Song. * (2017). Similar but not the same: Differentiating corporate sustainability from corporate responsibility. Academy of Management Annals, 11(1), 105-149.


  • Book chapter


Hee-Chan Song. (in press). A role of indigenous religion in community resilience: A case of Karen people, a minor ethnic group, in Myanmar-Thailand border. In M, Oliver and M. Tendayi (Eds.), Global South Theories and Contemporary Challenges. London, U.K.: Routledge.

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