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David Martin Herold

Dr. David Martin Herold
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CV

since 2018
Research Associate Post Doc - WU / Institute for Transport and Logistics Management, Vienna, Austria
2015-2016
Visiting Academic - Tianjin University of Sciene and Technology, (TUST), China
2014-2018
Researcher & Lecturer, Griffith University & Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, Australia
2014-2017
Visiting Academic - Management Development Institute Singapore (MDIS), Singapore
2005-2012
Country Manager Operations, FedEx Express, Vienna, Austria
2003-2005
Financial Analyst, FedEx Express, Frankfurt, Germany

Researcher Identifier

Awards and Honors

2018
Publication Assistance Scholarship, Griffith University, Australia
2016
GCAP Higher Degree Research Award, Griffith University, Australia
2015
Full International Fee Remission Scholarship (IPRS), Griffith University
2014
CLTW Summer Research Scholarship, Southern Cross University, Australia
2011
Five Star Award, FedEx Express
2010
Stock Options Award, FedEx Express

Classifications

  • 5332 Transport economics (Details)
  • 5333 Business management (Details)
  • 5354 Business logistics (Details)
  • 5368 Sustainable development, sustainable economics (Details)

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Publications

Journal article

2018 Breitbarth, Tim, Herold, David Martin. 2018. Closing the academia-practice gap in corporate sustainability management research: Challenges and bridges. Journal of Environmental Sustainability, 6, (1), 54-71. open access (Details)
  Dobrovnik, Mario, Herold, David Martin, Fürst, Elmar Wilhelm M., Kummer, Sebastian. 2018. Blockchain for and in Logistics: What to Adopt and Where to Start. Logistics, 2, (3), 18 open access (Details)
  Herold, David Martin. 2018. Demystifying the link between institutional theory and stakeholder theory in sustainability reporting. Economics, Management and Sustainability. 3 (2), 6-19. open access (Details)
  Fürst, Elmar Wilhelm M., Herold, David Martin. 2018. Fare Evasion and Ticket Forgery in Public Transport: Insights from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Societies, 8, (4), 98 open access (Details)
  Herold, David Martin. 2018. Has Carbon Disclosure Become More Transparent in the Global Logistics Industry? An Investigation of Corporate Carbon Disclosure Strategies between 2010 and 2015. Logistics, 2 (3), 1-16. open access (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2018. The influence of internal and external pressures on carbon management practices and disclosure strategies. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management. 1-19. (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Farr-Wharton, Ben, Lee, Ki-Hoon, Groschopf, Wolfram. 2018. The interaction between institutional and stakeholder pressures: Advancing a framework for categorising carbon disclosure strategies. Business Strategy & Development. 1-14. open access (Details)
2017 Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2017. Carbon management in the logistics and transportation sector: an overview and new research directions. Carbon Management, 8 (1), 79-97. (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2017. Corporate environmental responsibility: focus, orientation and salience in the natural resources sector. International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, 16 (4), 254-276. (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2017. The Influence of the Sustainability Logic on Carbon Disclosure in the Global Logistics Industry: The Case of DHL, FDX and UPS. Sustainability, 9 (4), 1-21. open access (Details)
2016 Lee, Ki-Hoon, Herold, David Martin. 2016. Cultural relevance in corporate sustainability management: a comparison between Korea and Japan. Asian Journal of Sustainability and Social Responsibility. 1 (1), 1-21. open access (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Manwa, Farai, Sen, Suman, Wilde, Simon. 2016. It’s the yeast we can do: Untapping Sustainability Trends in Australian Craft Breweries’. Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, 12 (2), 82-110. (Details)
2015 Lee, Ki-Hoon, Herold, David Martin. 2015. Small and Medium Enterprises and Corporate Social Responsibility Practice: A Swedish Perspective. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 23 (2), 88-99. (Details)
  Wilde, Simon, Patrick, Gillet, Herold, David Martin, Hogan, Owen. 2015. The Market Orientation of Australian Nonprofit SMEs. International Journal of Business and Management Studies, 4 (2), 403-409. open access (Details)
2014 Wojtarowicz, Natalie, Herold, David Martin. 2014. Coordination Practices in Federal Government: The Case of Integration Policy in Austria’. Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 16 (2), 10-21. open access (Details)

Chapter in edited volume

2018 Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2018. Carbon Disclosure Strategies in the Global Logistics Industry: Similarities and Differences in Carbon Measurement and Reporting. In: Pathways to a Sustainable Economy, Hrsg. Hossain M., Hales R., Sarker T. 87-101. Singapore: Springer International Publishing. (Details)
  Lee, Ki-Hoon, Herold, David Martin. 2018. Cultural Relevance in Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting (EMA) in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Link Between Cultural Values and Accounting Values Towards EMA Values. In: Accounting for Sustainability: Asia Pacific Perspectives, Hrsg. Lee KH., Schaltegger S. 11-37. Sinagpore: Springer International. (Details)

Contribution to conference proceedings

2018 Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon, Gunarathne, Nuwan. 2018. Carbon accounting in the global logistics industry: Categorising institutional and stakeholder pressures on carbon disclosure strategies. In Social Responsibility and Sustainability Accounting-Key Corporate Performance Drivers and Measures, Hrsg. Nuţă, F. 10-14. Galati, Romania: Danubius University. (Details)
2017 Wilde, Simon, Herold, David Martin, Herold, Natalie. 2017. European nonprofit SME’s use of social media: Driving innovation and entrepreneurship in the third sector. In 5th ICCMI Conference on Contemporary Marketing, Hrsg. Sarmaniotis, C. and Wright, G. 437-442. Thessaloniki, Greece: Alexander Technological Educational Institute (ATEI). (Details)
  Herold, Natalie, Herold, David Martin. 2017. International Smart City Indexes: Emerging Trends and Metrics in City Competitiveness. In Sustainability Accounting and Control for Smart Cities, Hrsg. Crutzen, N. 10-14. Liege, Belgium: HEC Liège. (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2017. The interaction between institutional and stakeholder influences and their implications on carbon disclosure strategies. In Environmental Accounting: Should we talk Beyond Numbers? Hrsg. Augustine, Y. 23-25. Jakarta, Indonesia: Trisakti University. (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Gunarathne, Nuwan, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2017. The usefulness of Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting (EMA) for corporate sustainability management in developed and developing countries: a comparative study between Australia and Sri Lanka. In Sustainability Accounting and Control for Smart Cities, Hrsg. Crutzen, N. 1-4. Liege, Belgium: HEC Liège. (Details)
2016 Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2016. Carbon management in logistics and transportation: identifying gaps in the literature. In Two Decades of Corporate Environmental and Sustainability Accounting What has been achieved? Hrsg. Schaltegger, S. 116-117. Lueneburg, Germany: Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting Network (EMAN) and Centre for Sustainability Management (CSM). (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Farr-Wharton, Ben, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2016. Carbon Reporting Similarities and Differences in the Global Logistics Industry: The Case of FedEx and UPS’. In 14th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium, Hrsg. Hermens,A. and Agarwal, R. 1-5. Sydney, Australia: University of Technology, Sydney. (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2016. Differences in the Measurement and Reporting of Carbon Information: An Investigation of Carbon Disclosure Strategies in the Global Logistics Industr. In GCSE Climate Change Conference, Hrsg. Hossain, M. and Sarker, T. , 78-82. Brisbane, Australia: Griffith Centre for Sustainable Enterprise. (Details)
  Herold, David Martin, Lee, Ki-Hoon. 2016. The effect of national culture on corporate sustainability management: A comparison between Korea and Japan. In Sustainability Accounting for Climate Change and Sustainable Innovation, Hrsg. Vachon, S. and Lee, K.-H. 43-48. Seoul, Korea: Inha University / Green Climate Fund. (Details)
2015 Lee, Ki-Hoon, Herold, David Martin. 2015. Carbon performance measurement and reporting in global logistics industry: Challenges and Collaboration opportunities between corporations and academics. In WBCSD EMAN International Sustainability Accounting Symposium Bridging corporate and academic contributions, Hrsg. Irwin, R. and Schaltegger, S. 60-63. Geneva, Switzerland: WBCSD/EMAN. open access (Details)
2014 Herold, David Martin, Wilde, Simon, Wojtarowicz, Natalie. 2014. How to Attract Air Freight Business: Defining Critical Success Factors for Regional Airports. In Next Generation Supply Chains: Trends and Opportunities, Hrsg. Wolfgang Kersten, Thorsten Blecker and Christian M. Ringle, 273-288. Hamburg: epubli GmbH Berlin. (Details)

Dissertation

2018 Herold, David Martin. 2018. The Influence of Institutional and Stakeholder Pressures on Carbon Disclosure Strategies: An Investigation in the Global Logistics Industry. Dissertation, Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia. (Details)

Master thesis

2012 Herold, David Martin. 2012. Peak Oil – Impacts on Trade. Masterarbeit, Danube University, Krems, Austria. (Details)
2009 Herold, David Martin. 2009. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) als Kaufentscheidungskriterium im B2B-Bereich. Masterarbeit, ARGE Bildungsmanagement, Vienna, Austria. (Details)

Diploma thesis

2001 Herold, David Martin. 2001. Die Schwellen der Kundenrentabilität am Beispiel der Otto Schneider GmbH & Co. KG. Diplomarbeit, University of Cooperative Education, Mosbach, Germany. (Details)

Projects

2018
Sustainable, cooperative, two-tier distribution system for small parcels in the City of Vienna (2018-2021) (Details)