crumsc

Department of Management, Society and Communication

  • Centre for Business and Development Studies (CBDS)
Chin
Ruamps
Postdoc


Room: POR/24.A-1.70
Tel:
+4538152509
E-mail: cru.msc@cbs.dk
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Presentation

I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Management, Society and Communication. I am also an affiliated research member of the HUMAC research group.

My current research focuses on the legitimacy concern and ethical issue of private sector engagement in humanitarian action. I hope to examine the fundamental conflict of business-humanitarian partnerships and ultimately provide an ethical and sustainable way forward through analytical and qualitative research methods.

Prior to this, I worked with the Ministry of Science and Technology of Taiwan on the normative foundation of corporate social responsibilities. My PhD research analyses humanitarian principles in conflict settings with political theory and normative ethics. The aim is to enable humanitarian agencies to set out clear ethical principles to contemporary humanitarian assistance dilemmas.

Primary research areas
  • Private sector engagement in Societal challenge/ Grande challenge
  • The normative foundation and ethical constraints of CSR and ESG
  • Humanitarian Ethics
  • Ethical MNEs
Curriculum Vitae
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Courses

Partnership for the Goals: Cross-Sector Collaboration to address Societal Challenges (LINK)

Supervision

I supervise master and PhD students on topics related to societal challenges, humanitarian assistance, ethical MNEs and normative conceptualization of CSR and ESG principles.

Selected publications

Wen Chin Ruamps, ‘A Study on Industrial Innovation Mechanism and Strategy of Basic Research in Taiwan’, Government Research Bulletin, forthcoming.

Wen Chin Lung, (2019), ‘The humanitarian assistance dilemma explained: the implications of therefugee crisis in Tanzania in 1994’, Global Change, Peace & Security, 31:3, pp. 323-340.

Wen-Chin Lung, (2019), ‘The Incommensurability of Two Normative Theory in Allocating Limited Resources: A Brief Analysis of the Dilemma’, National Applied Research Laboratories. Research Portal.

Publications sorted by:
2022
Chin Ruamps / Ethics of Humanitarian Action : On Aid-recipients’ Vulnerability and Humanitarian Agencies’ Distinct Obligation.
In: Ethics & Behavior, 19.7.2022
Journal article > peer review
2021
Chin Ruamps / Principled Aid in An Unprincipled World : Business-humanitarian Partnerships in Humanitarian Action.
Paper presented at World Conference on Humanitarian Studies, 2021
Paper > peer review
Chin Ruamps / Providing Aid Based on Trust? : On Affected Population’s Reasonable Expectations and Humanitarian Agencies’ Obligations.
Paper presented at World Conference on Humanitarian Studies, 2021
Paper > peer review
Chin Ruamps / The Humanitarian Assistance Dilemma as the Challenge of Traditional Humanitarian Principles
Paper presented at World Conference on Humanitarian Studies, 2021
Paper > peer review
2020
Wen Chin Ruamps / A Study on Industrial Innovation Mechanism and Strategy of Basic Research in Taiwan
Taipei City : Government Research Bulletin 2020, 35 p.
Report > peer review
2019
Wen Chin Ruamps / The Humanitarian Assistance Dilemma Explained : The Implications of the Refugee Crisis in Tanzania in 1994.
In: Global Change, Peace & Security, Vol. 31, No. 3, 2019, p. 323-340
Journal article > peer review
2017
Wen Chin Ruamps / The Humanitarian Assistance Dilemma : The Moral Cost of Withdrawing Assistance .
Manchester : The University of Manchester 2017, 249 p.
Ph.D. thesis
Academic Interests

The Humanitarian Exit Dilemma: The Moral Cost of Withdrawing Aid. (Book Manuscript)

‘Principled Aid in An Unprincipled World: Business-humanitarian Partnerships in Humanitarian Action’. (Working Paper)

‘The Practice of Partiality and the Ethics of Humanitarian Assistance’. (Working Paper)

‘Providing Aid Based on Trust? On Affected Population’s Reasonable Expectations and Humanitarian Agencies’ Obligations’. (Working Paper)

‘Relief Aid and Its Discontents—On Affected Populations’ Unique Dependence and Humanitarian Agencies’ Causal Responsibility’. (Working Paper)

 

Private-Sector Engagement in Humanitarian Action: LINK

Outside activities

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