Faculty Profiles

GSIM

Shinichi Hirose

Professor
Ph.D. in Management, Keio University, 2012
Courses: Organizational Behavior, Service Management, Human Resource and Global Talent Management

Takeo Kikkawa

Professor
Ph.D in Economics, University of Tokyo, 1996
Courses: Business Leaders in Japan, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Hyunkoo Lee

Dean and Professor
Ph.D. in Accounting, Carnegie Mellon University, 1998
Courses: Financial Accounting, Financial Statement and Business Analysis, Managerial Accounting, Japanese Style Management and Corporate Governance

Wenkai Li

Professor
Ph.D. in Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 2004
Courses: Operations Management, Managing Products Development, Digital Supply Chain Management, Data Analytics for Business

Tsutomu Yokose

Professor
MBA, Keio University, 1994
Courses: Corporate Social Responsibility, Leadership Bootcamp, Negotiation Strategy, Leadership, Japanese Employment Practices and Human Capital Accumulation

Yingying Zhang Zhang

​Professor
Ph.D. in Management Sciences, ESADE – Ramon Llull University,​ 2008​
Courses: ​International Management, General Management, Competing in Emerging Markets, Corporate Strategy

Zaw Zaw Aung

Associate Professor
Ph.D. in Engineering, Nagaoka University of Technology, 2010
Courses:  AI for Business, Digital Platform and Digital Business Models, Data Management and Modelling, Big Data Analytics

YuenLeng Chow

Associate Professor
Ph.D in Business Administration, Pennsylvania State University, 2008
Courses: Portfolio Management,  Entrepreneurial and Venture Finance, Finance and Technology, Sustainable Finance

Hongwei Chuang

Associate Professor
Ph.D. in Finance, National Taiwan University, 2011
Courses: Corporate Finance, Quantitative Investment and Financial Data Analytics, Derivatives and Risk Management, Data Analysis with Python

Alessandro Comai

Associate Professor
Ph.D. in Management Sciences, ESADE – Ramon Llull University, 2016
Courses: Marketing Management, Marketing Intelligence, Digital Marketing and Customer Journey

Gaku Funabashi

Associate Professor
Ph.D., Tokyo University, 2014
Courses: Strategic Management, Small to Medium-sized Firms in Japan, Development of Japanese Industries, Local Resources and Social Business

Husain Salilul Akareem

Assistant Professor
PhD in Marketing, Queensland University of Technology, 2017
Courses: Marketing Research, Marketing Customer Relationship Management, Strategic Brand Management, Marketing Analytics

Mohammed K. Ahmed

Specially Appointed Professor
Ph.D. in Linguistics (concentration in Applied Linguistics), University of Delaware, 1988
Courses: Business Presentation, Cross-cultural Communication

Hiroyuki Itami

President, International University of Japan
Specially Appointed Professor
Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1972

Visiting Faculty

Hiraki, Takato

Ph.D. The University of Arizona, 1983
Courses: Japanese Corporate Finance and Financial System

ROESKE, Mark T

ChangeOut Consulting (Japan and USA) – Principal/President

WAKAYAMA, Toshihiro

Specially Appointed Professor, Graduate School of Global Business, Meiji University
Ph.D. , Syracuse University, 1989

MAGNIER-WATANABE, Rémy

Associate Professor, Graduate School of Business Sciences,
University of Tsukuba

YAMAZAKI, Yoshitaka

Professor, Department of Business Administration, Bunkyo University
Ph.D. of Organizational Behavior Case Western Reserve University 2004

HELLER, Daniel Arturo

Professor by Special Appointment,
Faculty of Global Business, Chuo University

FUJIMOTO, Takahiro

Professor, Faculty of Economics,
The University of Tokyo

YASUMOTO, Masanori

Professor,
Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences,
Yokohama National University

HIGASHI, Hidetada

Professor, Department of Business,
Yamanashi Gakuin University

YOKOZAWA, Kodo

Associate Professor
Graduate School of International Social Science
Yokohama National University

FUKUZAWA, Mitsuhiro

Associate Professor,
Faculty of Business Administration,
Seikei University

TAKAGI, Soichiro

Associate Professor,
Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies,
The University of Tokyo