Professor Iriyama joined WBS in 2013. Prior to joining WBS, he served as an assistant professor of State University of New York at Buffalo, United States, for five years. He received MA and BA in economics from Keio University, Japan, and Ph.D. from University of Pittsburgh, United States.
Professor Iriyama has broad research interests in strategic management, international business, and entrepreneurship. He has widely published in premier academic journals including Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Global Strategy Journal, and so on. Before pursuing his academic career, Professor Iriyama worked for Mitsubishi Research Institute Inc., a leading research/consulting company in Japan, as an industry economist/business consultant.
Ph.D. in Management, University of Pittsburgh, United States, 2008
MA in Economics, Keio University, Japan, 1998
BA in Economics, Keio University, Japan, 1996
-Iriyama, A., Kishore, R. & Talukdar, D. Playing dirty or building capability? Corruption and HR training as competitive actions to informal and for eign rival threats.
Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming.
– Ushijima, T. & Iriyama, A. The roles of closure and selloff in corporate restructuring.
Journal of Japanese and International Economies , forthcoming.
-Iriyama, A. & Madhavan, R. 2014. Post-formation inter-partner equity transfers in international joint ventures: The role of experience.
Global Strategy Journal, 4(4): 331-348.
-Iriyama, A., Shi, W. & Prescott, J. 2014. Frequency and directional reversal of equity ownership change in international joint ventures.
Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 31(1): 215-243.
– Iriyama, A., Park, J. W., Supriyadi, F. & Yang, H. 2013. Integrating relative standing and market discipline: A complexity theory perspective of post -merger and acquisition executive departure. In S. Finkelstein & C. L. Cooper (Ed.) Advances in Mergers and cquisitions , 11.
UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
– Madhavan, R. & Iriyama, A. 2012. Spread, scope and scale in venture capital globalization: A clustered globalization model. In D. Cumming (Ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Venture Capital .
NY: Oxford University Press.
– Madhavan, R. & Iriyama, A. 2011. The emerging transnational dimension of organizational and individual identity: Transnational technical commun ities as economic actors.
International Journal of Business Environment, 4(4): 378-399.
– Iriyama, A., Li, Y. & Madhavan, R. 2010. Spiky globalization of venture capital investments: The influence of prior human networks.
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 4(2): 128-145.
– Shi, W. & Iriyama, A. 2010. Sequence of alliance ownership structure: Concepts and evidences. In T. K. Das (Ed.) Researching Strategic Alliances: Emerging Perspecti ves . NC: Information Age Publishing.
– Madhavan, R. & Iriyama, A. 2009. Understanding global flows of venture capital: Human networks as the “carrier wave” of globalization.
Journal of International Business Studies, 40(8): 1241-1259. (Leadoff-article)
Courses in charge
Economics for Business Administration