Assistant Professor of Business & Society, Simon Fraser University
Kam Phung is an Assistant Professor of Business & Society at the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, where he researches the relationship between business and society and is guided by the question: "How do we organize and innovate for social change?" He is particularly interested in the social and political dimensions and organizational underpinnings of technology and innovation in the context of social and environmental issues and has studied issues such as modern slavery, stigma, and climate change. His professional experiences have spanned multiple social and environmental tech startups and a range of socio-economic development and sustainability focused consulting firms and not-profits.
Aug 03, 2022 03:16 am UTC| Technology
In early July, the leak of 124,000 confidential files from Uber known as the Uber Files as part of an investigation by The Guardian revealed how the company knowingly flouted laws, secretly lobbied governments and...
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