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  1. Gastón de los Reyes, Tae Wan Kim, & Gary Weaver. (Online First). “Teaching ethics in business schools: A conversation on disciplinary differences, academic provincialism, and the case for integrated pedagogy,” Academy of Management Learning & Education.
  2. Tae Wan Kim. (Online First). “Gamification of labor and the charge of exploitation,” Journal of Business Ethics.
  3. Tae Wan Kim (first author) & Thomas Donaldson. (Online First). “Rethinking right: Moral epistemology in management research,” Journal of Business Ethics (*This article will be reprinted as a book chapter of Cambridge Handbook of Research Approaches to Business Ethics and Corporate Responsibility, P. Werhane, E. Freeman, and S. Dmytriyev (Eds.), Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press.)
  4. Jessica Kennedy, Tae Wan Kim, & Alan Strudler. (2016). “Hierarchies and dignity: A Confucian communitarian approach,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 26(4): 479-502. (*This article was identified by the editorial award panel of the Business Ethics Quarterly as the “Best Article of 2016.”)
  5.  Tae Wan Kim & Kevin Werbach. (2016). “More than just a game: Ethical issues in gamification,” Ethics and Information Technology, 18(2): 157-173. (My co-author Kevin Werbach was featured in a recent NYT article to speak about abusive uses of gamification. See "How Uber Uses Psychological Tricks to Push Its Drivers' Buttons.")
  6. Tae Wan Kim, Rosemarie Monge & Alan Strudler. (2015). “Bounded ethicality and the principle that ‘ought’ implies ‘can’,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 25(3): 341-369.
  7. Tae Wan Kim. (2014). “Confucian ethics and labor rights,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 24 (4): 565-594.
  8.  Tae Wan Kim. (2014). “Decent termination: A moral case for severance pay,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 24(2): 203-227. (*This article was identified by the editorial award panel of the Business Ethics Quarterly as the “Best Article of 2014.”)
  9. Tae Wan Kim (first author) & Alan Strudler. (2012). “Workplace civility: A Confucian approach,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 22(3): 557-577.
  10. Katherina Glac & Tae Wan Kim. (2009). “The ‘I’ in ISCT: Normative and empirical facets of integration,” Journal of Business Ethics, 88(4): 693-705.
  11. Tae Wan Kim. (2015). “Gamification ethics: Exploitation and manipulation,” Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Gamifying Research Workshop Position Papers.
  12. Vikram Bhargava & Tae Wan Kim. (Forthcoming). “Autonomous vehicles and moral uncertainty,” In P. Lin, K. Abney, and R. Jenkins (Eds.), Robot Ethics 2.0, Oxford University Press.
  13. Tae Wan Kim. (2016). “Alejo Sison’s Happiness and Virtue Ethics in Business,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 26(2): 261-264.