researcher

Yousef Husein Eiadat

Lecturer

School of Business
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School
Carysfort Avenue
Blackrock
Co. Dublin

Tel: + 353 1 7168810
Email: yousef.husein@ucd.ie

Professional

         

Conference Contributions

Eiadat et al; (2006) Why Jordanian Companies Go Green: An Institutional Approach. [Oral Presentation], Academy of International Business Conference, Beijing , 01-JUN-06.
Eiadat et al; (2006) The Influence of Personality and Culture on Interpersonal Conflict Styles: Evidence From Hong Kong, Singapore, Ireland and Spain. [Oral Presentation], Academy of International Business Conference,, Beijing , 01-JUN-06.
Eiadat et al; (2005) Green and Competitive: a Jordanian Perspective. [Oral Presentation], Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Hawaii , 01-JUL-05.
Eiadat et al; (2005) The Structure Of Environmental Responses in Jordan: New Model. [Oral Presentation], British Academy of Management, oxford , 01-SEP-05.
Eiadat et al; (2003) The Determinants of a Jordanian Responsive Firm: An Empirical Approach,. [Oral Presentation], Business Strategy and the Environment Conference: Symposium on Industrial Ecology,, University of Leicester, United Kingdom , 15-SEP-03 - 16-SEP-03.
               

Publications

 

Book Chapters

Eiadat, Y; (2001) 'Environmental Regulation and competitiveness: A Basic Mathematical Model' In: A. Scott (eds). Environment and Wellbeing. uk: IAREP. [Details]
 

Peer Reviewed Journals

Eiadat et al.; (2008) 'Green and Competitive? An Empirical Test of The Mediating Role of Environmental Innovation Strategy'. Journal of World Business, . [Details]
 

Conference Publications

Fernández Castro, A; Eiadat, y. (2013) GREAT CHANGE, GREAT IMPACT? 6th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation [Details]
yousef eiadat (2009) Beyond Dichotomy: The Curvilinear Relationship between Environmental Regulation and Firm level Environmental Innovation Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, (Dexter Award Nominee) [Details]
yousef eiadat (2011) The relationship between regulations and firm level environmental responsiveness Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio [Details]
yousef eiadat (2012) Environmental regulation and proactiveness: what does the Jordanian evidence tell us? Academy of international business [Details]
Kelly, A. & Eiadat, Y.; (2006) The Influence of Personality and Culture on Interpersonal Conflict Management Styles Academy of International Business Annual Meeting Beijing, [Details]
Eiadat, Y., Kelly, A. & Roche, F.; (2005) Green and Competitive: A Jordanian Perspective Academy of Management Annual Meeting Hawaii, USA, [Details]
Eiadat, Y., Kelly, A. & Roche, F.; (2005) Why Jordanian Companies Go Green: An Institutional Approach Academy of Management Annual Meeting Hawaii, USA, [Details]
                                                                                 

Articles

yousef eiadat; Alejandro M. Fernández Castro (2015) Managers' Perceptions of the Impact of institutional forces on EMS adoption in Jordan (under review at Journal of Environmental Planning and Management). Articles [Details]
yousef eiadat, Alejandro M. Fernández Castro (2016) When too little or too much hurts: the moderating effect of perceived institutional alignment (under review at European Management Review). Articles [Details]
     

Research

Research Interests

Over the past few years, businesses and academic researchers alike have displayed increased levels of enthusiasm for the management of environmental issues. In particular, recent research suggests that proactive environmental strategies may be an excellent instrument to enhance the legitimacy of the firm among its stakeholders and to develop social responsibility images. To date, the view of environmental strategies as an instrument to legitimize and market the firm has been investigated mainly in North America. As a result, little is known about the desirability and content of environmental strategies in other nations. Against this background, my research interest revolves around critical understanding of how businesses use environmental strategies and environmental management systems to highlights their commetment to sustainable development in Europe, China and the Middle East.

     

Teaching

Teaching Philosophy

Learning is not a passive process; it requires motivation, effort, and persistence. Good students enter the learning environment with a commitment to scholarship, a willingness to work, and a sense of personal responsibility toward achieving their educational goals. Good teachers provide an environment that is challenging yet supportive. They set
         

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