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Dr. Vered Blass

Office
: 438 Recanati
Telephone: 03-640-6739
Email: vblass@post.tau.ac.il

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Vered Blass holds a Ph.D. In Environmental Science and Management from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her area of research is positioned at the interface of the industrial ecology and management science disciplines, focusing on the decision making and measurement of economic and environmental performance using diverse set of tools and analysis methods.

Vered coordinates the international working group on measurement of carbon footprints in supply chains hosted by the UCLA Anderson School of Management and she is currently involved in callaboration research with scholares from multiple universities in the U.S. She also serves as the research mentor of the environmental research group at rhe Koret-Milken Institute Fellows Program, working in collaboration with various governmental offices in Israel. Vered recived her Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management in 2000 from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. In 2006 she received her Master of Environmental science and Management from the University of California, Santa Barbara, specializing in Corporate Environmental Management.


Areas of Research: Product end-of-life managemen; Resource productivity;       Measuring environmental performance of products and firms; Green supply chains.
     

Publications:

Delmas M. and Doctori Blass V. ( 2010 ) " Measuring Corporate Environmental Performance: the Trade-Offs of Sustainability Ratings”, Business Strategy and the Environment 19: 245–260.

Geyer R. and Doctori Blass V. (2010) “ The Economics of Cell Phone Reuse and Recycling”, Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies 47:515–525.

DeJonghe N., Doctori Blass V., and. Ramus C.A. (2009) “ Employees Ecoinitiatives: Case Studies of Two Ecoentrepreneurial Companies ”, in Frontiers in Eco- Entrepreneurship Research, Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth, Volume 20: 79-125

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