Faculty Members with Seminar
AffiliationAssociate Professor, Hitotsubashi ICS
Courses･Negotiation ･Corporate Entrepreneurship ･Strategy Simulation Week
Kangyong Sun is an Associate Professor at Hitotsubashi University's Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy (ICS). At ICS he teaches MBA courses on Corporate Entrepreneurship (New Business Creation in Established Firms), Negotiation, and Strategy Simulation. Previously he also taught Human Resource Management and Organization in Emerging Markets. Before joining Hitotsubashi University in 2011, he taught classes on Strategic Management at Carlson School of Management in the University of Minnesota, which made him a winner of two teaching awards from the Carlson School. He also worked as a research fellow at Beijing University in 2000-2004. Professor Sun received his Ph.D. in Strategic Management and Organization from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota in 2011. He also holds an MSc in Applied Economics from the Guanghua School of Management at Beijing University. Professor Sun's research focuses on corporate entrepreneurship, management of innovation and change, new industry creation and entrepreneurship, and Japanese companies' global management. His research work has been published in a number of academic journals including Organization Science, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Academy of Management Perspectives. His co-authored paper at Academy of Management Perspectives received the Academy of Management 2011 Best Article Award. He was also nominated for the Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar by the Academy of International Business in 2006.