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Macau Ricci Institute Online Forum: B4P Program in Business Education and its Spiritual Presuppositions

 
 
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Date:

  • Wednesday 28 September 2022

Online Platform:

Cooperation Partner:

  • University of Saint Joseph

Registration:

Time:

  • 18:30 to 20:00

Cost:

  • Free

Languages:

  • English
 

Speaker

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Prof. Dr. Stephen Yong-Seung Park

Prof. Dr. Stephen Yong-Seung Park is a professor of human resource and industrial relations at Kyung Hee University’s School of Management, Seoul, South Korea, where he has taught since 1999. He is the director of Institute for Peace through Commerce which was founded in 2009 at Kyung Hee University’s School of Management, and a special advisor to the University Chancellor. He also has served as a committee member of the National Labor Relations Commission of the Republic of Korea, and a member of Labor Pastoral Commission of the Catholic Seoul Archdiocese. He received his PhD in Industrial Relations from the University of Minnesota, USA.

 

 

Introduction

The purpose of this talk is to feature the vision of “B4P”, “Business for Peace” that management education aims for within the new stakeholder management paradigm and to explore the opportunity that business schools in East Asia can lead the new paradigm of Responsible Management Education by developing meaningful B4P business cases in the region based on the Asian wisdom traditions. It introduces the meaning of spiritual dimension in management education from the perspective of Pope Francis' 'ecological conversion'. The case studies of the Kaesong Industrial Complex in Korea and the Greater Bay Area Initiative in China will highlight key elements of B4P.