Journal Articles

 

  • Vega, G.  (2017). Volkswagen: Business as usual. Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 36:3.  285-296.

  • Vega, G., Simendinger, E. & Thomason, S. (2015) Research cases to teaching cases: A model format. The CASE Journal, 11.1.  

  • Shirokova, G., Vega, G. & Knatko, D. (2015 in press). Crossing the threshold from founder management to professional management in Russian firms: An institutional perspective. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research 21:1

  • Shirokova, G., Vega, G. & Sokolova, L.  (2012)  Performance in Russian SMEs: Exploration, Exploitation, and Strategic Entrepreneurship, Critical Perspectives in International Business special issue: Russia: Solid as a Bric.

  • Comer, D. & Vega, G. (2011) PET and Workplace Spirituality. Journal of Management, Spirituality, and Religion,8 [1].

  • Shirokova, G., Knatko, D. & Vega, G. (2011).  The Influence of Institutional Environment on CEO Succession: Evidence from Russian SMEs.  Journal of Ethics & Entrepreneurship, Vol. 1 [No1]. 41-60.

    • Best Paper in ethics and entrepreneurship, USASBE 2011.

  • Vega, G. (2010). The Undergraduate Case Research Study Model.  Journal of  Management Education, 34 [4]. 574-604.

  • Vega, G., Sherman, H. & Leach. T. (2009). Case Writing and Research: Professor Moore Reviews a Case.  The CASE Journal, Vol. 6, No.1.

  • Ngugi, B., Vega. G. & Dardick, G. (2009). PCI Compliance: Overcoming the Challenges.  International Journal of Information Security and Privacy, 3 (2), 54-67.

  • Vega, G. (2009). Giving Voice to Values: Six Tips for Online Adoption.  Online paper available at www.aspencbe.org  Part of the Giving Voice to Values curriculum.  A project of the Aspen Institute and the Yale School of Management.

  • Leach, T. C., Vega, G. & Sherman, H.  (2008). Case Writing and Research: Professor Moore Looks for a Better Way to Grade Student Case Analyses.  The CASE Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1. 

  • Comer, D. R. & Vega, G.  (Jan. 2008). Using the PET Assessment Instrument to help students identify factors that could impede their moral behavior.  The Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 77, No. 2.  129-145.

  • Vega, G. & Sherman, H.  (2007). Case research and writing:  Professor Moore teaches a case.  The CASE Journal, Vol. 4, No.1. www.caseweb.org   

  • Santos, M.,  Vega, G. & Barkoulas, J.  (2007).  Both sides of the story: Teaching a constrained shareholder wealth maximization goal in finance.  Journal of the Academy of Educational Leadership. Vol. 11, No. 3. 107-130.

  • Vega, G. & Kidwell, R.  (2007).  Towards a typology of new venture creators: Similarities and contasts between business and social entrepreneurs. The New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, 10 [2]. 15-28.

  • Vega, G.  (2007).  Teaching business ethics through service learning meta-projects.  Journal of Management Education, 32 [5]. 647-678.

  • Vega, G, Armandi, B. & Leach, T.  (February 2007).  Case research and writing: Professor Moore and the Demons of Review.  The Case Journal, Vol. 3, No. 1.  www.caseweb.org.

  • Vega, G.  (April 2006).  Giving something in return: A conversation with Karen Pass, social entrepreneur.  Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship. 11, 2.  103-110.

  • Comer, D.R. & Vega, G. (2005).  An experiential exercise that introduces the concept of the Personal Ethical Threshold to develop moral courage.  Journal of Business Ethics Education, 2[2].

  • Vega, G. & Comer, D.R.  (May 2005).  Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones, but Words Can Break Your Spirit:  Bullying in the Workplace.  The Journal of Business Ethics, 58: 1.  101-109.

  • Spain, J.W. &  Vega, G.  (May 2005). SONY Online Entertainment: Everquest® or Evercrack? The Journal of Business Ethics, 58:1.  3-6. 

  • Vega, G.  (2005, January).  Workers of the world – relax!  Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 15 [2]. 349-352. 

    • Abstract published in The Philosopher's Index.  

  • Armandi, B., Sherman, H. & Vega, G.  (2004).  Three Days in the Life of Professor Moore:  Case Research and Writing.  The CASE Journal, Vol.1, No. 1.  www.caseweb.org

  • Vega, G. & McHugh, M.  (Fall 2003).  What Button Do I Press? The Consequences of Conducting A Service Learning Project with Senior Citizens.  The Journal of Academic Ethics, Vol. 1 [1]. 91-117.   http://www.kluweronline.com/issn/1570-1727/current

  • Vega, G. & Hanlon, M.D.  (December 2003).  Follow Up to “Productivity and the Workplace.”  Innovative Workplace Strategies. U.S. General Services Administration, Office of Governmentwide Policy – Office of Real Property. 62-66.

  • Vega, G.  (2003, January)  The American Dream – Then and Now.  Business Ethics Quarterly.  99-106.

  • Primeaux, P., S.M. & Vega, G.  (2002).  Operationalizing Maslow:Religion and Flow as Business Partners.  Journal of Business Ethics, 38.  97-108.

  • Vega, G.  (2002).  Wet Sneakers, Bottom Lines, and Other Obstacles to Spirituality.  Teaching Business Ethics, 6.  5-14.

  • Vega, G. & Simpson, G.T.  (2001).  Please Hold, I Think My House Is on Fire. People and the Workplace.  U.S. General Services Administration, Office of Governmentwide Policy – Office of Real Property.  16-25.

  • Vega, G.  (2000).  Building the Case for Telework Commentary on Federal Telework Topics.  Telework: The New Workplace of the 21st Century.  U.S. Department of Labor.  168-174.

  • Vega, G. & Brennan, L.M.  (2000).  Isolation and Technology: The Human Disconnect. The Journal of Organizational Change Management – Special Issue:  Towards a Post-Taylorian Approach to Taylorism, Vol 13, No. 5.  468-481.

  • Vega, G.  (2000).  Good Things Cheap: An Interview with Jerry Ellis.  New England Journal of Entrepreneurship.  Sacred Heart University.  5-8.

  • Vega, G.  (2000). The Literature of Healthcare Ethics 1997-1999: Access and Administration.   Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations, 2.  183-194.

  • Vega, G. & Brennan, L.M.  (2000).  Stoking the Engine:  The Pressure-Release Effect in Management Control.  Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations, 2.  159-182.

  • Vega, G.  (1999). The Four Myths.  New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, 2 (1). Sacred Heart University.  27-33.

  • Vega, G.  (Fall 1998).  Ethical Telemarketing:  Oxymoron Contested.  Review of Business.  St. John’s University. 17-21.

  • Vega, G.  (September 1997)  Caveat Emptor:  Ethical Chauvinism in a Global Society.  The Journal of Business Ethics. 1353-1362.

  • Vega, G. & Lacey, J.  (Summer 1996)  The New Social Contract:  10 Suggestions for Change.  Social Policy, 26, 4.  56-63.    Syndicated through AlterNet, a non profit news service (1997).

  • Vega, G. (Fall 1995).  How to Use a Process Audit Approach with Businesses in Transition.  Small Business Forum, The Journal of the Association of Small Business Development Centers,  University of Wisconsin, 54-64.

  • Vega, G.  (August, 1994).  Pennies from Heaven. . .and Vending Machines.  Management Review,  American Management Association.  

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