Irina Lyan
Irina Lyan
Assistant Professor, Department of Asian Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Hallyu across the desert: K-pop fandom in Israel and Palestine
N Otmazgin, I Lyan
Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review 3 (1), 32-55, 2014
From Holy Land to ‘Hallyu Land’: The symbolic journey following the Korean Wave in Israel
I Lyan, A Levkowitz
The Journal of Fandom Studies 3 (1), 7-21, 2015
Consuming the Other: Israeli Hallyu Case Study
I Lyan, A Levkowitz
Hallyu 2.0: The Korean Wave in the Age of Social Media, 212-228, 2015
Fan Entrepreneurship: Fandom, Agency, and the Marketing of Hallyu in Israel
N Otmazgin, I Lyan
Kritika Kultura 32, 288-307, 2018
Welcome to Korea Day: From Diasporic to Hallyu “Fan-Nationalism”
I Lyan
International Journal of Communication 13, 17, 2019
When Gangnam Hits the Middle East: Re-makes as Identity Practice
I Lyan, S Zidani, L Shifman
Asian Communication Research 12 (2), 10-31, 2015
Industrial espionage revisited: Host country-foreign MNC legal disputes and the postcolonial imagery
I Lyan, M Frenkel
Organization, 2020
Reproducing self and the other: The role of cross-cultural management discourse and training in shaping Israeli-Korean collaborations
M Frenkel, I Lyan, GS Drori
The Routledge Companion to Cross-Cultural Management, 399-408, 2015
“Start-up Nation” vs “the Republic of Samsung”: power and politics in the partner choice discourse in Israeli–Korean business collaboration
I Lyan
critical perspectives on international business, 2021
"Koreans are the Israelis of the East": A postcolonial reading of cultural similarities in cross-cultural management
I Lyan
Culture and Organization, 2021
Between Two Homelands: Diasporic Nationalism and Academic Pilgrimage of the Korean Christian Community in Jerusalem
I Lyan
S/N Korean Humanities 7 (1), 37-70, 2021
Transcultural Fandom and the Globalization of Hallyu
K Howard, N Otmazgin, G Park, T Hubinette, V Marinescu, U Fendler, ...
Korea University Press, 2019
Book Review: Hemmert, Martin (2018). The Evolution of Tiger Management: Korean Companies in Global Competition. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 978-1-138-03926-1 (228 pp.)
I Lyan
Journal of International Management, 2018
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