These All-Academy awards are nominated by an inclusive process through Division or Interest Groups. A winner is chosen from the finalists by dedicated award committees. Questions about the Annual Meeting Program Awards? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To review historical recipients of the Annual Meeting Program Awards, click here.
The Academy of Management's William H. Newman Award recognizes the best annual meeting paper based on a dissertation. The award is presented to single-authored papers based on a doctoral dissertation completed within the past three years. Each of the Academy's Divisions & Interest Groups nominates one annual meeting submission for this prestigious award each year, up to three of these nominations may be selected to receive the award. Each paper nominated for the William H. Newman Award is designated as such on the program.
Two 2019 William H. Newman Award recipients were recognized and presented at the New Doctoral Student Consortium at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
William H. Newman Award Committee: Joep Cornelissen (Chair), Erasmus University; Ralph Hamann, University of Cape Town; Sarah Harvey, University College London School of Management; Andrew King, Dartmouth College; Sunkee Lee, Carnegie Mellon University; and Inger G. Stensaker, NHH Norwegian School of Economics
2019 William H. Newman Award Winners
"Front-Line Professionals in the Wake of Digital Scrutiny: The Paradox of Public Accountability"
Submitted to Organizational Communications and Information Systems
Author: Arvind Karunakaran
"When to Put the Best to Rest: The Trade-off Between Star Human Capital and Firm Adaptation
Submitted to Strategic Management
Author: Victoria Sevcenko
2019 William H. Newman Award Finalists
"Bounded Authenticity during Strategic Change"
Submitted to Organization Development and Change
Author: Zahira Jaser
"The Divergent Effects of Diversity Ideologies for Race and Gender Relations"
Submitted to Gender and Diversity in Organizations
Author: Ashley Martin
The Carolyn Dexter Award is an all-Academy award given to the paper that best meets the objective of internationalizing the Academy of Management. This serves the mission of the Academy and the charge of the International Theme Committee, which sponsors this Award. Each of the Academy's Divisions & Interest Groups nominates one annual meeting submission for this prestigious award each year, up to three of these nominations may be selected to receive the award. Each paper nominated for the Carolyn Dexter Award is designated as such on the program.
The 2019 Carolyn Dexter Award was presented at the International Theme Committee's Carolyn Dexter Award Reception at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Carolyn Dexter Award Committee: Wolfgang Amann (Chair), HEC Paris; Leonhard Dobusch, University of Innsbruck; Nadine Kammerlander, WHU; Minna Halme, Aalto University School of Business; Laura Claus, UCL School of Management; Giovanni Battista Dagnino, University of Rome LUMSA; and Paul Spee, University of Queensland Business School
2019 Carolyn B. Dexter Award Winner
"Protecting ‘Monsters’: How Complicity Eco-Systems Facilitate Wrongdoing in Organizations"
Submitted to Strategizing Activities and Practices
Authors: Fannie Couture and Jane Lê
2019 Carolyn B. Dexter Award Finalists
"Beyond the Paradox: The Performance-Innovation Relationship via the Lens of Informal Institutions"
Submitted to Technology and Innovation Management
Authors: Joris Knoben, Matthias Ploeg, Patrick Vermeulen
"Electoral Uncertainty, Political Constraints and Political Capabilities in Cross-border Investment"
Submitted to Strategic Management
Authors: Sinziana Dorobantu, Martin Fraissler, Jakob Müllner, Jonas F. Puck
"More Than Meets the Eye: The Critical Role of Migrant Status for Social Identity Effects"
Submitted to Organizational Behavior
Authors: David Dwertmann and Florian Kunze
"The Impact of Proximity on Consumer Fair Trade Engagement and Buying Behavior"
Submitted to Organizations and the Natural Environment
Authors: Paul Christodoulides, Alvina Gillani, Smirti Kutaula, Leonidas Leonidou