Gyula Vastag

Gyula Vastag, Phd

Professor
gyula.vastag@uni-corvinus.hu
 
Tel: (+36) 1/482-7477
Fax: (+36) 1/482-7463

Contact:
Corvinus University of Budapest,
Room 120
Budapest, Fővám tér 13-15 (Sóház)
Hungary, H-1093
 
Administrative Assistant:
Ms. Zsuzsanna Arany
Tel: (+36) 1/482-7462
zsuzsanna.arany@uni-corvinus.hu
 

Last modified:  24.09.2013

Magyar English

Environmental Management

Book

Melnyk,  Steven A.,  Roger  Calantone,  Rob  Handfield,  R.L.  (Lal) Tummala, Gyula Vastag, Timothy Hinds, Robert, Sroufe, Frank Montabon.  ISO 14000: Assessing Its Impact on Corporate Effectiveness and Efficiency.  Tempe, Arizona: National Association of Purchasing Management, 1999, 89 pages.

Selected Refereed Papers

Note: All articles are the sole copyright of the respective publishers.  Materials are provided for educational use only.

Vastag, Gyula, Gergely Tyukodi and Áron Antal, “International Organization for Standardization (ISO).” In: The Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability, Volume 6: Measurements, Indicators, and Research Methods for Sustainability edited by Daniel Fogel, Sarah Fredericks and Ian Spellerberg. Barrington, MA, USA: Berkshire Publishing, 2012, 512 pages, ISBN 978-1-933782-40-9, pp. 210-214.

Vastag, Gyula, “Revisiting ISO 14000 Diffusion: A New ‘Look’ at the Drivers of Certification.” Production and Operations Management, Third Quarter, 2004.

Anderson, Ronald D., and Gyula Vastag, “Causal Modeling Alternatives in Operations Research: Overview and Application.” European Journal of Operational Research, vol. 156, no. 1 (July 2004), 92-109.

Vastag, Gyula, and Steven A. Melnyk, “Certifying Environmental Management Systems by the ISO 14001 Standards.” International Journal of Production Research, 2002, vol. 40, no. 18, 4743-4763.

Rondinelli, Dennis A., and Gyula Vastag. “Panacea, Common Sense, or Just a Label? The Value of ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems.” European Management Journal, vol. 18, no. 5 (October 2000), 499- 510.

Rondinelli, Dennis A., and Gyula Vastag. “Global Corporate Environmental Management Practices at Alcoa.” Corporate Environmental Strategy, 7 (2000), 288-297.

Rondinelli, Dennis A., and Gyula Vastag. “Private Investment and Environmental Protection: Alcoa-Köfém’s Strategy in Hungary.” European Management Journal, vol. 16, no. 4 (July-August 1998): 422-430.

Rondinelli, Dennis A., and Gyula Vastag. “Assessing South Korea’s Globalization Strategy and the International Competitiveness of the Seoul Metropolitan Area.” Competition and Change, vol. 2, no. 3 (April 1998): 299-329.

Rondinelli, Dennis A., and Gyula Vastag. “Analyzing the International Competitiveness of Metropolitan Areas: the MICAM Model.” Economic Development Quarterly, vol. 11, no. 4, (November 1997): 347-366. The Monthly Labor Review (national publication of U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) published a news article (December 1997, page 2) about this paper. In “Creating the City of Future” (New York Post, Wednesday May 6, 1998), Irwin M. Stelzer refers to and quotes from this article while discussing the efforts of Mayor Giuliani and Governor Pataki to improve New York’s business climate and quality of life.

Rondinelli, Dennis A., Michael A. Berry, and Gyula Vastag. “Strategic Programming for Environmental Management: Sonoco’s Take-Back Policy.” Business Horizons, vol. 40, no. 3 (May-June 1997): 23-32.

Rondinelli, Dennis A., and Gyula Vastag. “International Environmental Management Standards and Corporate Policies: An Integrative Framework.” California Management Review, vol. 39, no. 1 (1996.): 106-122. The Harvard Business School selected and listed this article in the Spring 1997 Teaching Materials catalog in the Environmental Management section.

Berry, Michael A., Dennis A. Rondinelli, and Gyula Vastag. “Managing Corporate Environmental Crises: Building Public Trust Through Effective Communications.” Corporate Environmental Strategy, vol. 4, no.1 (September 1996): 73-79.

Vastag, Gyula, John D. Kasarda, and Tonya Boone. "Logistical Support for Manufacturing Agility in Global Markets." International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 14 (11), 1994: 71-83.