|Publication||Year of publication||Type of publication|
|Hameed, T, von Staden, P and Kwon, K. (2018). Sustainable Economic Growth and the Adaptability of a National System of Innovation: A Socio-Cognitive Explanation for South Korea's Mired Technology Transfer and Commercialization Process. Sustainability, 10 (5), 1397, 2-26||2018||Refereed Article|
|Von Staden, P. (2016). A Socio-Cognitive Approach to Business Ethics: Lessons from Early Industrializing Japan. Asia Pacific Business Review. Vol. 22, No. 3, 411-421.||2016||Refereed Article|
|Von Staden, P & Bruce, K. (2015). Original and New Institutional Economics: Brethern Rather than Foes? Lessons from the Socio-cognitive Turn in "Late" Douglass North. Journal of Economic Issues. Vol. 49, No. 1, 111-125.||2015||Refereed Article|
Holding a PhD in Economic History, London School of Economics (2003), Peter Von Staden is Associate Professor in International Business at KEDGE Business School and a member of the Institute of East Asian Studies (IAO), Lyon. His field of research is Japanese history during the Taishō and early Shōwa period and the contemporary (1990– to the present). Therein, Peter’s primary focus is on the relationship between big business and government considered from a social constructivist perspective. More recent research has included South Korea and its exercise of soft power.