לפרטים על תואר ראשון ושני
Curriculum Vitae קורות חיים
Northwestern University Evanston, IL.
Ph.D. in Human Development and Social Policy
Dissertation Title: Generativity in the Face of Genocide: The Generative World of Holocaust Survivors. (Dissertation Advisor: Professor Dan P. McAdams)
National Institute on Aging Stipend, 1991-92
University Scholar 1987-1991
University Fellow 1987-91
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
MA in Psychology (Concentration in Organizational Psychology)
Thesis Title: A Study of Work Values Among Israeli Social Workers. (Thesis Advisors: Professor Yaakov Shul, Psychology; Professor Zur Shapira, School of Business).
Graduated with highest distinction
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Graduated with highest distinction
Angell Scholar 1978, 1979
Branstrom award for Academic Excellence, 1977
2003-present Jerusalem College of Technology
Department of Technological Management & Marketing
Department Chair: July 2007-October 2013
Mark Schuman Center for Entrepreneurship: July 2006-
1993-2004 Touro College Israel
Dean of Students & Senior Lecturer
International School of Management
Special Program for Haredi Population
Current Research Interests
- Religion and the Workplace
- Spirituality and Management
- Business Ethics
- Kay, A. (in press). "The Possible Role of Psychology In Business Ethics' Training." in Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology.
- Kay, A. (2012). "Occupational Preferences and and Expectations of Ultra-Orthodox Men in Israel." in K. Caplan and N. Stadler (eds.). Haredim in Israel: From Survival to Success. Influences and Trends. Jerusalem: Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. (Hebrew), 165-175.
- Kay, A. (2012). “Pursuing Justice: Workplace Relations in the Eyes of Jewish Tradition.” Journal of Management Development, 31(9), 901-911..
- Kay. A. (2012). “From Altneuland to the New Promised Land: The Americanization of the Israeli Economy." Journal of Jewish Political Studies Review, 24, (1/2), 99-112
- Kay, A. (2011). "Using Psychological Knowledge to Improve Business Ethics Education." International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education, Volume 2 (3), 472-479.
- Kay, A. (2010). "Squaring the Circle? The Development of Academic Programs for Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel." In G. Giberson and T. Giberson (Eds.). The Knowledge Economy and Commodification of Knowledge. Cresskill, New Jersey: Hampton Press, 69-87.
- Kay, A. (2009). Business Ethics: A Practical Approach. A Guide to the Writing and Implementation of Ethical Codes in Organizations. Jerusalem: The Center for Business Ethics. (in Hebrew), 136 pp.
- Kay, A. (2001). “Business Ethics: Challenges and Trends in Preparing Business Professionals for the 21st Century.” Mashebei Enosh (Human Resources), 166, 28-34. (In Hebrew).
- Kay, A. (2001). “Citizen Rights in Flux: The Influence of American Immigrants to Israel on Modes of Political Activism.” Jewish Political Studies Review, 13, (3-4), 143-158.
- Kay, A. (1998) “Generativity in the Shadow of Genocide: The Adult Development of Holocaust Survivors.” in D. McAdams and E. de St. Aubin (Eds.) Generativity and Adult Development: How and Why We Care for Future Generations. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. pp. 335-359.
- Kay, A. (1996). Making Themselves Heard: The Impact of North American Olim on Israeli Protest Politics. New York: The American Jewish Committee and the Argov Center of Bar-Ilan University.
- Aquino, K., Steisel, V. and Kay, A. (1992). “Effects of Resource Distribution, Voice, and Decision Framing on the Provision of Public Goods." Journal of Conflict Resolution, 36, (4), 665-687.
Kay, A., King. J., Al Arkoubi, K. and Allison, S. (2012). “Fundamentalists at Work: Individual and
Organizational Consequences of Fundamentalism at the Workplace.” The Academy of
Management. Boston, MA, August 2012.
Kay, A. (2011). "Justice, Justice shall you pursue: An Examination of Organizational Justice in Jewish
Tradition." Presented at the Conference on Practical Wisdom in Jewish Tradition. Ben Gurion
University. July 4-5, 2011.
Kay, A. (2011). "Using Psychological Knowledge to Improve Business Ethics Education."
Proceedings of The Canada International Conference on Education, Toronto, Canada,
Kay, A., Buono, A. Beauvis, L. Desplaces, D. (2006). "Institutionalizing Business Ethics". Academy
of Management, August, 2006.
Kay, A. (2006). "The Introduction of Psychology As a Means To Improve Ethical Decision Making In
Business Settings." Conference on Ethical Management in Theory and Practice, Freie
Universitat, Berlin, Germany, May 2006
Kay, A. (2005). "The Impact of Public and Private Attitudes Toward the Holocaust and Holocaust
Survivors in the United States on the Adult Psychological Development of American
Holocaust Survivors." Beyond Camps and Forced Labour : Current International
Research on Survivors of Nazi Persecution : Proceedings of the First International
Multidisciplinary Conference at the Imperial War Museum, London, 29-31 January
2003. (eds.). Johannes-Dieter Steinert und Inge Weber-Newth. Osnabruck: Secola.
ISBN 978-3- 929979-90-9. (CD).
Kay, A. (2004). “From Altneuland to the New Promised Land: The Americanization of the Israeli
Economy.” (Presented at Feinstein Center for American Jewish History Conference: “Jews and
American Business”, Philadelphia, October 2004.
Kay, A. (2004). “The Impact of The High-Tech Industry on Business Ethics in Israel.” Presented at
the Eleventh Annual Conference on Business and Professional Ethics, Chicago, October 2004.
Kay, A. (2004). “A Hands-On Approach to Implementing an Ethics Program.” Presented at
Conference on The Implementation of Ethical Codes. Jerusalem Center for Business Ethics, Tel
Aviv, August 2004.
Kay, A. (2003). “The Impact of Public and Private Attitudes Toward the Holocaust and Holocaust
Survivors in the United States on the Adult Psychological Development of American Holocaust
Survivors.” Presented at Beyond Camps and Forced Labour: Current International Research on
Survivors of Nazi Persecution: International Multidisciplinary Conference at the Imperial War
Museum, London, January 2003.
Kay, A. (2002). “The Role and Use of Ethical Codes in Not-for-Profit Organizations.” The Fifth Spring Conference of the Israeli Center for Third Sector Research, Dead Sea, Israel. March 2002.
Kay, A. (2000). “A Multimedia Approach to the Teaching of Business Ethics”. Proceedings of
the Seventh Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Work
and Organizational Values. Jerusalem, Israel, June 2000. Jerusalem : ISAS International
Seminars. OCLC: 609457259.
Kay, A. (1998) “Generativity in the Shadow of Genocide: The Adult Development of Holocaust Survivors.” American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August, 1995.
Kay, A. (2012). “Management, Spirituality and Religion Research Incubator.” The Academy of
Management. Boston, MA, August 2012.
Kay, A. (2006). "Transitions in the Israeli Economy." An Invited Presentation. Economic University
of Prague, Czech Republic, May 8, 2006.
Kay, A. (2005). “Business Ethics and Psychology: The Road Less Travelled”. An Invited Presentation
for the Bentley College Conference on Global Business Ethics, Boston. Presented May 26, 2005.
Kay, A. (2001). “If Not Now, When? Thoughts on the Teaching of Business Ethics.” Presented at the
First Conference on Teaching Business Ethics. Jerusalem, Israel, June 2001. I also served as co-
chair of this conference which took place under the auspices of Touro College Israel, The
Jerusalem Institute of Technology and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Kay, A. (2000). “Psychological Perspectives on the Transmission of the Holocaust Experience.”
Presented at the Ninth International conference in Jerusalem on New Challenges in
Transmitting the Meaning and Experience of the Holocaust. Jerusalem, Israel, December 2000.
Kay, A. (1998). “Fundamentalism and Academia: The Israeli Experience” Presented at the
Schlossman Lecture on the Expert in Modern Society; Max Plank Institute; Berlin, Germany;
Kay. A. (1995). “Procedural Justice: An Overview of What and Why We Think What We Do?”
Invited Lecture; Institute for Criminology; Hebrew University; Jerusalem, Israel; May 1995.
Kay, A. (2009). “An Evaluation of the Judaism and Democracy Program at the Van Leer Jerusalem
Institute." Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. June 2009.
Kay, A. (2002). Ethical Issues in The Use of Assessment Centers. Prepared for the Division of
Behavioral Sciences, Israel Defense Forces. 36 pp.
Kay, A. (2001). The Center for Tolerance: An Overview and Assessment of Its Activities from 1997-
2001. Jerusalem: Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and the Poppers-Prins Foundation.
Kay, A. (1996). Russian and Ethiopian Immigrants Together: What Can Be Learned? Jerusalem:
Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.