Jin Hyung Kim is an Assistant Professor of International Business and joined George Washington University School of Business (GWSB) in 2017. Jin Hyung Kim studied management and international business at Yonsei University in Korea. After his graduation, Jin Hyung Kim served a company commander role as a commissioned officer in the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF). After his military service, Jin Hyung Kim joined Oliver Wyman as a management consultant and involved in multiple corporate and global strategy projects. After leaving Oliver Wyman, he studied international and public affairs to earn his mater’s degree at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University. Jin Hyung Kim earned his doctorate degree from Harvard Business School and studied strategic management and international business. Jin Hyung Kim's main research agenda is to examine: (1) non-market strategy, particularly corporate lobbying strategy and foreign multinational enterprises (MNEs); 2) country and societal institutions and corporate lobbying; and 3) regulatory change and business-government relations. Particularly, Jin Hyung Kim explores what non-market strategies firms attempt to use to influence its non-market environment and achieve better outcomes in a global strategy context and the implications of non-market environments such as regulatory change and business-government relations.