Kim Clark

Kim Clark

Overview

Department: 
School of Economics and Business Administration » Management and Entrepreneurship
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Contact Information: 

Office
Power Plant 

Contact:
Email: kjc6@stmarys-ca.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. Management with International Business Concentration, University of Texas at San Antonio
  • B.A. English Language and Literature , Pusan National Univeristy
    South Korea
  • M.S. Hotel Management, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Professional Experience

  • Chair, Management and Entrepreneurship Department, School of Economics and Business Administration, 2018-Current
  • Director of Business Administration Program, School of Economics and Business Administration, 2014-2016

Fellowship:

  • Fellow - Academy of International Business Doctoral Consortium (2011)

Courses Taught

Regularly Taught:

  • MGT 314: International Business
  • MGT 317: Business Strategy
  • GMAN 513: Managing Global Competition
  • GMAN 512: Competitive Strategy
  • BUSAD 140: Strategic Management

Service

SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

  • 2017-Present: Concentrated Faculty Advising
  • 2018-Present: Global MBA revision Task Force
  • 2016-2018:     SEBA Inclusive Excellence Taskforce
  • 2015-2017:      EMBA Program Review Task Force
  • 2015-2016:      Global Business Faculty Search Committee
  • 2014-2017:      Undergraduate Business Administration Academic Advisor, Member.
  • 2014-2016:      Business Administration Program Director
  • 2014-2016:      Fall Preview Day
  • 2012-Present:  Strategy Goal Assessment Team (GAT), Member
  • 2012-2013:      Organizational Behavior & Leadership Goal Assessment Team (GAT), Member
  • 2012-Present   Global Common Course Learning Outcomes Team (CCLOs), Member
  • 2012-Present:  Strategy Common Course Learning Outcomes Team (CCLOs), Member

SAINT MARY’S COLLEGE

  • 2017-2018:     Faculty Inclusive Training Task Force
  • 2016-2018:     Academic Senate Course Evaluations Task Force
  • 2016-Present: Sustainability Subcommittee of Sustainability Education
  • 2014-2017:      First-Year Academic Advising Faculty Advisor
  • 2015-2016:      Advancement Officer Search Committee
  • 2014-2015:      Member of International Program Coordinating Committee (IPCC)
  • 2014-2015:      Online Course Evaluation Task Force

 

Presentations

Presentations of Refereed Papers 

  • Clark, K., Ramachandran, I. & Li, Y. (2018) “Pursuit Of Legitimacy And New Industry Creation: Through The Lens Of Korean Casino Industry” 2018 Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Giguere, P. & Clark, K. (2018) Innovation through Open-Source Platforms: Sustainable Farming, 2018 International Conference of CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance, Santander, Spain.
  • Clark, K. & Li, Yuan (2017). “From the Organizational Core-Stigma to Legitimacy: Through the Lens of Korean Casino Industry” 2017 International Process Symposium in Kos, Greece.
  • Clark, K. & Ramachandran, I. (2016). “Drivers of Early Internationalizing Firm Performance: A Systematic Review of Empirical Literature” 2016 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.
  • Ramachandra, I & Clark, K.  (2016). “Learning Orientations and Subsidiary Mandates: An Institutional Distance Perspective” 2016 Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.  
  • McIver, D, Ramachandran, I, & Clark, K. (2015). "Organizational Change and Evolution from a Knowledge-in-Practice Perspective" 2015 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Clark, K. & Ramachandran, I. (2014). “Re-Examining Isomorphic Pressure for MNCs: Evidence from Germany,” 2014 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Clark, K. & Ramachandran, I. (2014).  “Strategic Approach to Subsidiary Entrepreneurship: Opportunity Identification and Exploitation” 2014 Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Ramachandran, I. & Clark, K. (2013). “Managing Exploration and Exploitation in the Multinational Corporation: An Institutional Distance Perspective,” Annual meeting of Southern Management Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Clark, K., Rättich, G., Hartmann, E. & Ramachandran, I. (2013).  “Determinants of Early Internationalizing Firm Performance: a Review of the Empirical Literature,” Annual meeting of Southern Management Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Clark, K. & Ramachandran, I. (2013). “Re-Examining Cost of Doing Business Abroad: Integrating an Institutional Perspective,” 2013 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida
  • Clark, K. (2012). “Institutional Misalignment as a Cost of Doing Business Abroad: Varieties of Capitalism Approach,” 2012 Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • Ramachandran, I., Clark, K., McIver, D., & Miller, S. (2011). Selecting state or private joint venture partners in emerging markets: impact of liability of foreignness and rule of law.  Advances in International Management Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Rattich, G., Clark, K. & Hartmann, E. (2011). Performance measurement and antecedents of early internationalizing firms: A systematic assessment.  2011 Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Nagoya, Japan.
  • Clark, K., Ramachandran, I. & Rattich, G. (2011). Subsidiary Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Opportunity: An Institutional Perspective.   2011 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Ramachandran, I., Clark, K. & McIver, D. (2010). Selecting State or Local Private Alliance Partners in Emerging Markets. 2010 Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Clark, K. (2010). MNC Practice Transfer: Institutional Theory, Strategic Opportunities, & Subsidiary HR Configuration. 2010 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  • Ramachandran, I., Badrinarayanan, V. & Clark, K. (2009). eHRM System Quality and User Acceptance. 2009 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Ramachandran, I., Clark, K. & Miller, S. (2009). The Importance of Different Forms of Legitimacy: A Dynamic Model. A 2009 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Publications

  • Clark, K., Ramachandran, I. (2018). “Subsidiary Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Opportunity: An Institutional Perspective”,  Journal of International Management. (In Press)
  • Clark, K., Ramachandran, I. (2018). “Institutional Misalignment and Cost of Doing Business Abroad: A Varieties of Capitalism Approach”, European Journal of International Management. (In Press)
  • Clark, K., Hadani, M., Munshi, N. (2016). "The more you give the more you get: the impact of corporate political activity on government contracts and their value", Business and Society Review. (In Press)
  • Clark, K. & Lengnick-Hall, M.  (2012). “MNC Practice Transfer:  Institutional Theory, Strategic Opportunities, & Subsidiary HR Configuration” International Journal of Human Resource Management. 23(18): 3813-3837.
  • Ramachandran, I., K. Clark & S.R. Miller & D. Wang. (2012). Influence of knowledge resources on exploratory and exploitative international strategic alliances: The effects of the institutional environment. Advances in International Management t, 313-339.
  • Ramachandran, I., Clark, K., McIver, D., & Miller, S. (2011). Selecting state or private joint venture partners in emerging markets: impact of liability of foreignness and rule of law.  Advances in International Management, 153-179.
  • Clark, K., Rattich, G. & Hartman, E. (2011). Impact of Institutional Coordination on National Entrepreneurship: A Conceptual Framework. Book chapter in Four Essays on International Entrepreneurship.

Honors, Awards & Grants

Grants: 
  • 2015 SEBA Catholic and Lasallian Mission Fellow, 2015.
  • 2014 HSBC Sustainability Program Fellowship Award, 2014.
  • Fellow, Academy of International Business Doctoral Consortium, 2011.
  • Nominated for Haynes Award, Academy of International Business, 2011.
  • UTSA College of Business International Research Grant recipient, 2011.

Interests

Scholarly Interests: 

Interests

  • • International management • Institutional impact on multinationals • International entrepreneurship • Strategic human resource management