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Pavel I. ZHELYAZKOV

Assistant Professor

Email: pzhelyazkov@ust.hk

 

Ph.D.

Harvard University, Organizational Behavior & Sociology

B.S.

Duke University, Economics and Sociology (Double Major)

 

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ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Department of Management, Assistant Professor, July 2015 - present.

 

SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Refereed Journal Publications (Chronological, alphabetical)

  • Zhelyazkov, P. I. In press. Interactions and interests: Collaboration outcomes, competitive concerns, and the limits to triadic closure. Administrative Science Quarterly. (Download here)

  • Zhelyazkov, P. I. & Gulati, R. 2016. After the break-up: The relational and reputational consequences of withdrawals from venture capital syndicates. Academy of Management Journal, 59: 277-301. (Download here)

  • Gulati, R., Wohlgezogen, F. & Zhelyazkov, P. I. 2012. The two facets of collaboration: Cooperation and coordination in strategic alliances. Academy of Management Annals, 6: 531-583. (Download here)

 

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • Zhelyazkov, P. I. & Gulati, R. 2013. Crime and punishment: The reputational consequences of withdrawals from VC syndicates. Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

    • Finalist, Best Paper Award of the Organizations and Management Theory division

  • Zhelyazkov, P. I. 2012. When does the glue of social ties dissolve? Syndication ties and performance cues in withdrawals from venture capital syndicates, 1985-2009. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

 

 

SELECTED RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Zhelyazkov, P. I. 2016. Interactions and interests: Collaboration outcomes, competitive concerns, and the limits to triadic closure. Presented at the Asian Management Research Consortium (AMRC), Singapore; and Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

  • Desantola, A., Zhelyazkov, P. I. & Gulati, R. 2016. Endorsing or eclipsing: Collaborator status an d the consequences of organizational successes and failures. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

  • Zhelyazkov, P. I. 2014. Presence of a tie or content of the tie? Venture capital syndication networks and limited partner investment decisions. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA; and the Transatlantic Doctoral Conference, London.

  • Zhelyazkov, P. I. & Gulati, R. 2014. After the break-up: The relational and reputational consequences of withdrawals from VC syndicates. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Zhelyazkov, P. I. & Gulati, R. 2013. Crime and punishment: The reputational consequences of withdrawals from VC syndicates. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL; and the Transatlantic Doctoral Conference, London.

  • Zhelyazkov, P. I. 2012. When does the glue of social ties dissolve? Syndication ties and performance cues in withdrawals from venture capital syndicates, 1985-2009. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

  • Gulati, R., Wohlgezogen, F. & Zhelyazkov, P. I. 2011. Willing and able: Cooperation and coordination in interorganizational relationships. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

 

 

REVIEW ACTIVITIES

  • Ad Hoc reviewer:

    • Administrative Science Quarterly

    • Management and Organizations Review

    • Journal of Business Ethics

    • Human Relations

  • Peer reviewer:

    • Business Policy and Strategy (BPS) and Organizational and Management Theory (OMT) divisions for the 2010-2015, Academy of Management Annual Meetings

 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Dynamics of interorganizational tie formation and dissolution

  • Venture capital firm syndication and fundraising

  • Strategic alliances

 

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2013. Finalist, Best Paper Award, Academy of Management OMT Division

  • 2010 & 2011. Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management BPS Division