Recent Award Winners

2016 IM Division Award Winners

 

IM Division CEIBS Best Paper Award

Capturing opportunities across national borders at Greenpeace: A historical investigation.

Yves Plourde, HEC Montreal

 

HKUST Best Paper in Global Strategy

Do MNE Parent-Foreign Subsidiary Governance Mechanisms Really Impact Foreign Subsidiary Performance?

Bassam Farah, American U. of Beirut

Paul Beamish, U. of Western Ontario

Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern U.

 

Best Paper in OB / HRM / OT Award

Status in a Strange Land: Status Transfer to Foreign Markets in Cross-Border Venture Capital.

Elisa Alvarez-Garrido, Georgia State U.

Isin Guler, Sabanci U.

 

GWU-CIBER Emerging Markets Award

Diaspora Engagement Institutions and Venture Investment Activity in Developing Countries.

Michael E. Cummings, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas

 

Willamette University, Atkinson Graduate School of Management Best Paper in International Ethics, Social Responsibility, and/or Sustainability

The Role of National Culture and Corruption on Managing Earnings around the World.

Krista Lewellyn, U. of Wyoming

Rosey Bao, Elon U.

 

Gustavson School of Business Award for the Best Qualitative Paper in IB

The Transnational Transfer of HRM Practices in MNC: A Sociomaterial Framework

Vincent Meyer, HEC Paris

 

IM Division Douglas Nigh Award

Knowledge transfer in MNCs: Translators role and their professional identity.

Taeyoung Yoo, Hankuk U. of Foreign Studies.

 

IM Division CGIO Best Paper in International Corporate Governance

Changing Human And Social Capital At The Top: Pro-market Reforms And Board Of Directors In Emerging Markets

Bersant Hobdari, Copenhagen Business School

Pei Sun, Fudan U.

Jerry Goodstein, Washington State U., Vancouver.

 

D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University Best Dissertation Award

Strategy and Performance of Family Firms: An Institutional Embeddedness Perspective

Patricio Duran, U. Adolfo Ibanez.

 

IM Division Strategy& Eminent Scholar Award

Tarun Khanna, Harvard Business School

For his lifetime achievement in international management scholarship.

 

IM Division Special Recognition

Sea Jin Chang, National University of Singapore.

For his outstanding contributions to the International Management Division of the Academy of Management as a member of the executive committee from 2012 to 2016.

 

FIU Emerging Scholar Award

Ilya Cuypers, Lee Kong Chian School of Business Singapore Management U.

Exequiel Hernandez, Wharton School of Business University of Pennsylvania

 

IM Division Outstanding Service to the Global Community Award

Art Kleiner, China PWC Strategy&

For his continuous excellence in serving the international community.

 

IM 2016 Best Reviewers

Chenguang Hu; Cordula Barzantny; Daniel P. McGurrin; Diana Santistevan; Eduardo Picanço Cruz; Esha Mendiratta; Fernando Antônio Ribeiro Serra; Grigorios Livanis; Jakob Muellner; Jan Selmer; Jean J. Boddewyn; Jesper Edman; John E. Katsos; Karsten Jonsen; Katharina Bader; Krista Lewellyn; Laura Jacobey; Martha L. Maznevski; Medha Satish Kumar; Meredith Downes; Nandini Lahiri; Orlando J. Fernandes; Pedro Gabriel Marquez-Perez; Randy Fowler; Ruta Kazlauskaite; Tatiana Vashchilko Lukoianova; V Vijayalakshmi; Vanessa C. Hasse; Vidya Sukumara Panicker; Vittoria Giada Scalera; Yunok Cho; Yves Plourde; and Zhenzhen Xie.

 


2015 IM Division Award Winners

 

IM Division CEIBS Best Paper Award

Entry Mode and Performance of Nordic Firms: Firm-Specific Advantages and International Experience

Guus Hendriks, Erasmus U. Rotterdam

Pursey Heugens, Erasmus U. Rotterdam

Arjen Slangen, Erasmus U. Rotterdam

 

Fundação Dom Cabral Best Paper in Strategy / IB Theory

Global Diversification Discount and Its Discontents: Self-selection Makes a World of Difference

Sungyong Chang, Columbia Business School

Bruce Kogut, Columbia Business School

Jae-Suk Yang, Columbia U.

 

Best Paper in OB / HRM / OT Award

Melting pot or tribe? Ethnic diversity, subsidiary ownership and employee productivity

Jennifer Oetzel, American U.

Chang Hoon Oh, Simon Fraser U.

 

GWU-CIBER Emerging Markets Award

Institutional change and firms’ entry mode in Africa

Ruiyuan Chen, U. of South Carolina

Lin Cui, Australian National U.

Sali Li, U. of South Carolina

Robert Rolfe, U. of South Carolina

 

Willamette University, Atkinson Graduate School of Management Best Paper in International Ethics, Social Responsibility, and/or Sustainability

CSR by Chinese Multinational Enterprises: Drivers of Global Integration and Local Responsiveness

Christof Miska, WU Vienna

Michael A. Witt, INSEAD

Günter K. Stahl, WU Vienna

Monika Mikulová, Momit

 

Gustavson School of Business Award for the Best Qualitative Paper in IB

Understanding and developing an offshoring capability: Evidence from the Dutch IT industry

Oli Mihalache, Wilfrid Laurier U. & VU U. Amsterdam

Mashiho Mihalache, NEOMA Business School

 

IM Division Douglas Nigh Award

Pathways to Performance Improvement from Privatization

Sharon Leona Poczter, Cornell U.

 

IM Division CGIO Best Paper in International Corporate Governance

The effect of cross-listing on corporate social responsibility

Barbara Del Bosco, U. of Milano-Bicocca

Nicola Misani, Bocconi U.

 

D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University Best Dissertation Award

Property rights theory and ownership of firm-specific advantages: The implications of contracting and licensing within the multinational firm

Catherine Magelssen, London Business School (PhD awarded by Rutgers U.)

 

IM Division Strategy& Eminent Scholar Award

Marjorie Lyles, Indiana University

For her lifetime achievement in international management scholarship

Videos of Marjorie’s speech can be found on our division’s Facebook Group page. Date posted: August 2015.

 

IM Division Outstanding Educator Award

Steve Weiss, York University

For his outstanding contribution to international management teaching and education

 

IM Division Outstanding Service to the Global Community Award

Seung Ho Park, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)

For his continuous excellence in serving the international community

 

IM 2015 Best Reviewers

Kazuhiro Asakawa; Paulina Junni; Smita Paul; Leigh Randall Baker; Robert Lindorfer; Minna Paunova; Mark E. Barnard; Ru-Shiun Liou; Niccolo Pisani; Jean J Boddewyn; Ron Maas; Grazia D. Santangelo; Jesper Edman; Irina Mihailova; Jan Selmer; Anthony Fee; Santiago Mingo*; Charles Edward Stevens; Laurel Grassin-Drake; Denis Odlin; Thomas Li-Ping Tang; Mohsin Habib; Marie Oehme; Helene Tenzer; Jasper Hotho; Jesse E. Olsen

*Denotes also IM Division 2014 Best Reviewer

 

Multiple Year Outstanding Reviewer

Santiago Mingo

 


2014 IM Division Award Winners

 

IM Division CEIBS Best Paper Award

The Relevance of Political Affinity for the Bidding Strategy in Cross-Border Acquisitions

Marie-Ann Betschinger, NRU

Alexander Settles, Rutgers U.

Olivier Bertrand, SKEMA

 

Fundação Dom Cabral Best Paper in Strategy / IB Theory

When Diplomacy Matters: How Foreign Subsidiaries Survive Bilateral Relation Fluctuations

Jane Lu, U. of Melbourne

Tianyou Hu, National U. of Singapore

 

Best Paper in OB / HRM / OT Award

A Temporal Ambidexterity View towards Emerging Market Firms

Yadong Luo, U. of Miami

Jinyun Sun, Fudan U.

Nikhil Celly, U. of HongKong

Stephanie Lu Wang, Indiana U., Bloomington

 

GWU-CIBER Emerging Markets Award

Culture, Geography, and Networks: Private Equity Investments in Three Emerging Market Regions

Santiago Mingo, U. Adolfo Ibanez

Francisco Morales, U. of Colorado, Boulder

 

Willamette University, Atkinson Graduate School of Management Best Paper in International Ethics, Social Responsibility, and/or Sustainability

When in Rome, do as the Romans do: Subsidiary Autonomy as a Response to Corruption Distance 

Larissa Rabiosi, Copenhagen Business School

Grazia D. Santangelo, U. of Catania

 

Gustavson School of Business Award for the Best Qualitative Paper in IB

UTask Allocation Strategies and Motivational Processes in Advanced Task Offshoring

Angelika Zimmermann, Loughborough

M.N. Ravishankar, Loughborough U.

 

IM Division Douglas Nigh Award

Foreign Subsidiary Location Strategy and Financial Performance: A Global Value Chain Perspective

Yong Yang, U. of Sussex

Deeksha A. Singh, Rutgers U.

 

IM Division CGIO Best Paper in International Corporate Governance

Unveiling the Antecedents of International Diversification: An Agency Theory Approach

Claudio Giachetti, U. Ca’ Foscari of Venice

Pasqualo Massimo Picone, U. of Catania

Maurizio La Rocca, U. of Calabria

Giovanni Batista Dagnino, U. of Catania

 

IM Division Barry M. Richman Best Dissertation Award

The Organizational Design of Offshoring

Marcus M. Larsen, Copenhagen Business School

 

IM Division Strategy& Eminent Scholar Award

Pankaj Ghemawat, IESE Business School, & Stern School of Business, NYU

For his lifetime achievement in international management scholarship

 

IM Division Outstanding Educator Award

Martin Gannon, California State U. San Marcos

For his outstanding contribution to international management teaching and education.

 

IM 2014 Best Reviewers

Matthias Baum; Cordula Barzanthy; Mirko Benischke; Allan Bird; Anthony Cannizzaro; Dwarkaprasad Chakravarty; Raveendra Chittoor; Ilya Cuypers; Deepak Datta; Birgit Daxböck; Henrik Dellestrand*; Laura Fernandez-Mendez; Brigitte Gay; Ramesh Gudur; Katharina Hoehne; Alfredo Jimenez*; Aude Le Cottier*; Andrea Martinez-Noya; Luiz Mesquita; Santiago Mingo; Jakob Muellner; James Nebus; Michael Nippa; Daniela Noethen*; Carlos Rodriguez; Elizabeth Rose; Giovanni Satta; Riki Takeuchi; Brian Tjemkes; Paul Vaaler; Davina Vora; Harun Yildiz*

*Denotes also IM Division 2013 Best Reviewer

 

Multiple Year Outstanding Reviewers

Henrik Dellestrand; Alfredo Jimenez; Harun Emre Yildiz

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