MOR Awards

 

Wiley Blackwell Management and Organization Review Young Scholar Award

          2010 Winners

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Wiley Blackwell Management and Organization Review Young Scholar Award

          2008 Winners

 

Management and Organization Review Best Reviewer Award

          2010 Winners


Management and Organization Review Best Reviewer Award

          2008 Winners

 

Management and Organization Review ¡¥China Goes Global¡¦ Best Paper Award

          2008 Winners

 

 

 


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Wiley Blackwell Management and Organization Review Young Scholar Award

 

This award recognizes a young scholar¡¦s contributions to the fields of managerial and organizational research. The award goes to a young author who has published in Management and Organization Review and who is the sole or first author of his/her article. Eligible authors must have received their degrees no more than five years prior to their article¡¦s publication or must be Ph.D. students at the time of publication.

 

Winners receive a 12 month complimentary membership to the IACMR, including a subscription to Management and Organizational Review (print and online); USD $2000.00; and a plaque and testimonial of the award.

 

 

2010 Winner

(Presented at the IACMR Conference in Shanghai, China, on June 17, 2010)

 

Robert E. White

Iowa State University

 

Employment and Market Innovation in Chinese Business Group Affiliated Firms: The Role of Group Control Systems (MOR 4.2: 225-256)

2010 Runners Up

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Jeroen de Jong

Tilburg University

 

Balanced versus Unbalanced Psychological Contracts in Temporary and Permanent Employment: Associations with Employee Attitudes (MOR 5.3: 329-351)

 

 

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Yiyi Siu

Peking University

 

Principal¡VPrincipal Conflict in the Governance of the Chinese Public Corporation (MOR 4.1: 17-38)

 

 

2010 Wiley-Blackwell Management and Organization Review Young Scholar Award Committee Members:

 

David Whetten, Brigham Young University(Chair)

Kathryn Bartol, University of Maryland

George Chen, Australian National University

Chi-Nien Chung, National University of Singapore

Yadong Luo, University of Miami

Jia Lin Xie, University of Toronto

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2008 Winner

(Presented at the IACMR Conference in Guangzhou, China, on June 20, 2008)

 

Wenhong Chen

Duke University

 

Does the Colour of the Cat Matter?: The Red Hat Strategy in China's Private Enterprises (MOR 3.1: 55-80)

 

¡§An indigenous China study of a little researched subject that is intrinsic to understanding China's institutional change.  Also has the considerable merit of being single-authored.¡¨

¡§Sheds interesting new light on a China-specific phenomenon. The conceptual framework is well embedded in relevant organizational theories.¡¨

¡§Single authorship, therefore impressive¡Kthe focus of an indigenous conceptual approach towards understanding corporate strategies of China.¡¨

¡§¡Kwearing the Red Hat was quite an interesting and important part of the Chinese transition to a market economy and highlighted some of the contradictions that firms had to cope with during the 80s and 90s¡Kthere were enough results to clear up some issues related to the Red Hat.¡¨

¡§good application of theory to understand an under-researched phenomenon that yields interesting findings.¡¨

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2008 Runners Up

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Joshua B. Wu

University of Miami

 

The Norm of Reciprocity: Scale Development and Validation in the Chinese Context (MOR 2.3: 377-402)

 

 

¡§Development of the construct of norm of reciprocity. A significant effort with high rigor. Focusing on a construct that has universal applicability.¡¨

 

¡§The norm of reciprocity is at the core of much of contemporary organizational research in general and is highly relevant in the Chinese context. Well crafted study that provides the academic community with a valid instrument for future research.¡¨

 

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Leigh Anne Liu

Georgia State University

 

¡¥Ren Qing¡¦ versus ¡¥Big Five¡¦: The Role of Culturally Sensitive Measures of Individual Difference in Distributive Negotiations (MOR 1.2: 225-247)

 

 

¡§A rare focus on indigenous constructs of personality ¡V ren qing, and contrasting it with the more universal etic personality constructs of the Big 5.¡¨

 

¡§Theoretically and methodologically strong paper that already has made an international impact. The study has clear implications both for research and practice.¡¨

 

 

2008 Wiley-Blackwell Management and Organization Review Young Scholar Award Committee Members:

 

John Child, University of Birmingham (Chair)

Soon Ang, Nanyang Technological University

Ingmar Bjorkman, Swedish School of Economics

Joseph Galaskiewicz, University of Arizona

Marshall Meyer, University of Pennsylvania

Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University


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Management and Organization Review Best Reviewer Award

 

Management and Organization Review recognizes its reviewers for their exemplary service. The following criteria are used in determining the best reviewers: timeliness, quality of comments, number of reviews completed, responsiveness.

 

Winners receive a certificate and token of appreciation.
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2010 Winners (for the period of 2008 to 2010)

(Presented at the I ACMR Conference in Shanghai, China, on June 16, 2010)

 

Sam Aryee, Aston University

Daniel J. Brass, University of Kentucky

Chao C. Chen, Rutgers University

Kwang-Kuo Hwang, National Taiwan University

William Wan, Texas Tech University

 

 

2008 Winners were nominated by MOR¡¦s Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor and were approved by the Senior Editorial Board:

 

Anne S. Tsui, Arizona State University

Karin A. Heffel Steele, Arizona State University

Yanjie Bian, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

John Child, University of Birmingham

Joseph Galaskiewicz, University of Arizona

Doug Guthrie, New York University

Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong

Marshall Meyer, University of Pennsylvania

Michael Morris, Columbia University

Oded Shenkar, Ohio State University

Jiing-Lih Farh, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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2008 Winners (for the period of 2004 to 2008)

(Presented at the MOR Board Meeting in Anaheim, California, on August 9, 2008)

 

Neal Ashkanasy, University of Queensland

 

Completed all requested reviews with a decent average turnaround and an above average rating. He has shown willingness to continually provide authors feedback through revisions.

 

Max Boisot, University of Birmingham

 

Completed the most reviews of any reviewer with a decent turnaround average and an above average rating. Additionally, he shows consistent involvement reviewing across the years since 2003 when he was one of the reviewers for the very first official MOR submission.

 

Gregory Dess, University of Texas at Dallas

 

Completed all reviews requested at an extremely quick average turnaround time, with an above average rating. He has consistently reviewed manuscripts since 2004. Also, he has proved accessible and helpful when consulted for further input beyond his review comments.

 

Peter Ping Li, California State University, Stanislaus

 

Completed all reviews requested with a decent average turnaround and an above average rating. His consistency and timeliness are especially noteworthy considering he only joined the Editorial Review Board in 2008 and so was contributing primarily as an ad hoc reviewer.

 

Lois Tetrick, George Mason University

 

Completed all reviews requested with a decent average turnaround and excellent ratings.  Has proved consistently reliable.

 

 

2008 Winners were nominated by MOR¡¦s Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor and were approved by the Senior Editorial Board:

 

Anne S. Tsui, Arizona State University

Karin A. Heffel Steele, Arizona State University

Yanjie Bian, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

John Child, University of Birmingham

Joseph Galaskiewicz, University of Arizona

Doug Guthrie, New York University

Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong

Marshall Meyer, University of Pennsylvania

Michael Morris, Columbia University

Oded Shenkar, Ohio State University

Jiing-Lih Farh, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


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Management and Organization Review ¡¥China Goes Global¡¦ Best Paper Award

 

Management and Organization Review (MOR) is the official sponsor of the ¡§China Goes Global¡¨ Conference Best Paper Award. All papers were blind reviewed to be accepted to the conference. All submitted papers were narrowed down to a list of 5 finalists, which were evaluated on three criteria: theoretical development, methodological rigor, and contribution to knowledge on the topic of Globalization of Chinese Enterprises.

 

The 1st prize winner receives a two year subscription to MOR, and the runner(s) up receive a one year subscription to MOR. In addition, the awarded authors are invited to submit their papers to MOR.

 

 

2008 Winner

(Presented at the China Goes Global Conference at Harvard University on October 9, 2008)

 

Phillip Stalley, DePaul University

¡§Can Trade Green China? Participation in the Global Economy and the Environmental Performance of Chinese Firms¡¨

 

¡§This paper addresses an issue of extreme importance to China and the rest of the world.¡¨

 

¡§It is creative and timely. It opens a new perspective on the relation international trade and the concern for the physical environment.¡¨

 

¡§It draws on literature from political science and environment management, shows a truly interdisciplinary approach.¡¨

 

¡§It has a carefully designed study which produces a surprising result.¡¨

 

¡§It makes both a valuable theoretical and policy contribution.¡¨

 

 

2008 Runners Up

 

Kevin Zhou, University of North Carolina, and Laura Poppo, University of Kansas

 ¡§Exchange Hazards, Trust, and Contracts in China: The Contingent Role of Legal Enforceability¡¨

 

¡§This paper identifies both a compelling Chinese management issue and a strong theoretical framework for addressing it.¡¨

 

¡§It makes strong empirical and theoretical contributions.¡¨

 

¡§It does an excellent job in highlighting the significance of those contributions to the business practice in the context of China.¡¨

 

 

2008 Management and Organization Review China Goes Global Best Paper Award Committee Members:

 

John Child, University of Birmingham

Ping Deng, Maryville University

Marjorie Lyles, Indiana University

Anne Tsui, Arizona State University

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