Regina KIM

Regina KIM is Assistant Professor in International Negotiation. She obtained her PhD in Organizational Psychology at Columbia University. Her research interests include language diversity, conflict management, negotiation, cross-cultural studies.

Regina KIM is Assistant Professor in International Negotiation. She obtained her PhD in Organizational Psychology at Columbia University.  Her research interests include language diversity, conflict management, negotiation, cross-cultural studies. In her research, Regina investigates how language diversity and cross-cultural differences affect the way individuals / groups perceive and manage conflicts in organizations.  Her current project examines bias against nonnative accents and how stereotype threat experienced by nonnative speakers influences conflict dynamics between native and nonnative speakers in organizations. Regina is part of the Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (MD-ICCCR) research team at Columbia University and has taught extensively in the areas of negotiation and organizational behavior the United States, France, Italy, and South Korea.

Department of Marketing and International Negotiation