Graduate School of Business Administration,Department of Business Administration
FUKUKAWA Kyoko
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Research Results
  • Educational and Social Activities

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Books

1.Corporate Social Responsibility and Local Community in Asia(Editing and Writing)
Routledge 2014
ISBN 978-0415627658
2.Corporate Social Responsibility in Asia(Editing and Writing)
Routledge 2010
ISBN 9780415673044

Paper

1.(Re)thinking Education for Sustainable Development: A Capability Approach
Japan Forum of Business and Society Annals Vol.9,pp.1-19 2020 Academic journal
2.Response-Ability: Practicing Integrity Through Intimacy in the Marketplace
Journal of Business Ethics Vol.160,No.1,pp.251-262 2019 Academic journal
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3.How Independence and Interdependence Moderate the Self-Congruity Effect on Brand Attitude: A Study of East and West(jointly worked)
Journal of Business Research Vol.103,pp.293-300 2019 Academic journal
doi
4.Neutralization techniques as a moderating mechanism: Ethically questionable behavior in the Romanian consumer context
Psychology & Marketing Vol.36,No.2,pp.138-149 2019 Academic journal
doi
5.Understanding Consumer Behaviour for Social Change: An Empirical Investigation of Neutralisation Techniques in the UK(jointly worked)
Japan Forum of Business and Society Annals Vol.6,pp.22-42 2017 Academic journal
6.Consumer control, dependency and satisfaction with online service(jointly worked)
Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics Vol.28,No.4,pp.594-615 2016 Academic journal
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7.Transformations and Translations of Japanese Business and Society – A Retrospective(jointly worked)
Malcolm McIntosh (ed.), The Necessary Transition – Transition and Transformation Issues in the Journey towards the Sustainable Enterprise Economy pp.80-97 2013 Book
ISBN 9781906093891
8.Sustainable Change: Education for Sustainable Development in the Business School(jointly worked)
Journal of Corporate Citizenship Vol.49,pp.71-99 2013 Academic journal
9.What We Believe Is Not Always What We Do: An Empirical Investigation into Ethically Questionable Behaviour in Consumption(jointly worked)
Journal of Business Ethics Vol.91,pp.49-60 2010 Academic journal
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10.Understanding the factors affecting the adoption of E-Marketing by small business enterprises(jointly worked)
E-Commerce Adoption and Small Business in the Global Marketplace: Tools for Optimization pp.237-258 2010 Book
ISBN 9781605669984doiLink
11.Understanding Japanese CSR: The Reflections of Managers in the Field of Global Operations(jointly worked)
Journal of Business Ethics Vol.85,pp.133-146 2009 Academic journal
doi
12.The Nature and Management of Ethical Corporate Identity: A Commentary on Corporate Identity, Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics(jointly worked)
Journal of Business Ethics Vol.76,No.1,pp.7-15 2007 Academic journal
doi
13.Values and Attitudes toward Social and Environmental Accountability: A Study of MBA Students(jointly worked)
Journal of Business Ethics Vol.71,No.4,pp.381-394 2007 Academic journal
doi
14.An Eye for An Eye: Investigating the Impact of Consumer Perception of Corporate Unfairness on Aberrant Consumer Behavior(jointly worked)
Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations - Insurance Ethics for a More Ethical World. Vol.7,pp.187-221 2007 Academic journal
ISBN 978-0-7623-1333-4
15.Values and the Perceived Importance of Ethics and Social Responsibility: The U.S. versus China(jointly worked)
Journal of Business Ethics Vol.70,No.3,pp.265-284 2007 Academic journal
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16.A Japanese Model of Corporate Social Responsibility?: A Study of Website Reporting(jointly worked)
Journal of Corporate Citizenship Vol.14,pp.45-59 2004 Academic journal
doi
17.A Theoretical Review of Business and Consumer Ethics Research: Normative and Descriptive Approaches
The Marketing Review Vol.3,pp.381-401 2003 Academic journal
doi
18.Developing a Framework for Ethically Questionable Behaviour in Consumption
Journal of Business Ethics Vol.41,No.1/2,pp.99-119 2002 Academic journal
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Other

1.Education for Sustainable Development at the School of Management, University of Bradford
Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME UK and Ireland Edition pp.91-96 2014 Book
ISBN 978-1783531257
2.Consumer Ethics – a Moving Target
The Institute of Customer Service 2010 Other
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3.Mapping the Interface between Corporate Identity, Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (Editorial Introduction)(jointly worked)
Journal of Business Ethics Vol.76,No.1,pp.1-5 2007 Academic journal
doi
4.The Business of Visual Culture(jointly worked)
Electronic Journal of Radical Organisation Theory 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 1173-6631Link

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Valuable Leads: Marketing Automation In The Case Of A B2B Company(Academy of Marketing Conference 2018)
2018.07Sterling UK
2.Marketing and Social Change: Thoughts on what “consumers do”(JFBS 6th Annual Conference 2016 )
2016.09Wades University, Tokyo Japan
3.Whose Capability? Notes on the ‘Intimacies’ of the Marketplace(HDCA 2016 conference)
2016.09Hitotsubashi University Tokyo Japan
4.Authentic versus Aspirational Branding: An Individual and Country Level Study of the Actual and Ideal Self-Congruity Effect(Global Marketing Conference (GMC) Global Marketing Conference)
2016.07Hong Kong, China
5.The Dynamics of Sustainable Collaboration – The International Master’s Summer School for Sustainability in Business(3rd UK and Ireland PRME Regional Chapter Conference)
2016.06Nottingham UK
6.The role of religiosity in self-concept and ethical consumption(Academy of Marketing Conference 2015)
2015.07Limerick, Ireland
7.From a Student to a Stakeholder Perspective: Education for Sustainable Development(ABS Learning and Teaching conference)
2015.04York UK
8.Before Research Goes to Public: Understanding Moral Decision Marketing Among Marketing Researches(The 21st Vincentian Business Ethics Conference)
2014.10-2014.11All Hallows College, Dublin, Ireland
9.How an Individual’s Self-Construals, Cosmopolitan and Local Orientation Affect the Impact of the Four Self-Congruity Types on Brand Attitude(Global Marketing Conference)
2014.07Sigapore
10.Researching the Impact of Neutralisation Techniques in Ethical Consumption in the UK context(Academy of Marketing Conference 2013)
2013.07Glamorgan Business School, Cardiff, UK
11.Transformations and Translations of Japanese Business and Society – A Retrospective(The Necessary Transition 2012)
2012.09Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
12.Sustainable Change: Education for Sustainable Development in the Business School(The 18th Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics)
2011.10St. John’s University, New York, U.S.A.
13.What We Believe Is Not Always What We Do: An Empirical Investigation into Ethically Questionable Behavior in Consumption(The 2nd World Business Ethics Forum)
2008.12Hong Kong Baptist University, H.K.
14.CSR Management in Japanese Multinational Corporations: Increased Awareness and Sceptical CSR Managers in the Field of Global Operations(The 14th Annual International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference)
2007.11DePaul University, Chicago, U.S.A
15.The Perceived Role of Ethics and Social Responsibility: The U.S. versus China(World Business Ethics Forum 2006)
2006.11Hong Kong Baptist University, H.K. and University of Macau, Macau
16.An Eye for An Eye: Investigating the Impact of Consumer Perception of Corporate Unfairness on Consumer Behaviour(The 12th Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics)
2005.10St. John’s University, New York, U.S.A.
17.A Japanese Model of Corporate Social Responsibility?: A study of Online Reporting(The CSR in Asia Conference)
2003.03The University of Nottingham Business School, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
18.Ethically Questionable Behaviour in Consumption: Implications for Business Ethics(The 8th Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics)
2001.10DePaul University, Chicago U.S.A.
19.Motivations for Ethically Questionable Behaviour in Consumption – An Exploratory Study(Academy of Marketing Conference 2000)
2000.07University of Derby, Derby U.K.
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