2021 Annual Meeting Program Awards
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.
William H. Newman Award
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.
William H. Newman Award Committee: Ralph Hamann (Chair), University of Cape Town; Yekaterina Bezrukova, University at Buffalo; Craig Crossland, University of Notre Dame; Micki Eisenman, Hebrew University; Jessica Methot, Rutgers University; Patrick Regnér, Stockholm School of Economics; Arvind Karunakaran, McGill University.
2021 William H. Newman Award Winner
One 2021 William H. Newman Award recipient was recognized during a special award presentation virtual session as part of the 2021 AOM Annual Meeting.
"Entrepreneurship as a Bridge to Employment? Evidence from Formerly Incarcerated Individuals"
Submitted to Organization and Management Theory
Author: Kylie Jiwon Hwang
2021 William H. Newman Award Finalists
"Impostor Phenomenon Revisited: Presenting a Self-affirmation Theory of Workplace Impostor Thoughts"
Submitted to Managerial and Organizational Cognition
Author: Basima Tewfik
"The Impact of Individual Conflict Experiences on Proximal Task Performance in a Multi-team Context"
Submitted to Organizational Behavior
Author: Semin Park
"Think Before You Act: The Unintended Consequences of Inexpensive Business Experimentation"
Submitted to Strategic Management
Author: Sourobh Ghosh
Carolyn B. Dexter Award
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 2021 Carolyn Dexter Award recipients were recognized during a special award presentation virtual session as part of the 2021 AOM Annual Meeting.
Carolyn Dexter Award Committee: Nicole Gillespie (Chair), University of Queensland; Mukta Kulkarni, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore; Geoff Kistruck, York University; Arzu Wasti, Sabanci University; Alex Bitektine, Concordia University.
2021 Carolyn B. Dexter Award Winners
“Lukewarm or Hot? Comparing Investor Tie Formation of Entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley and Berlin"
Submitted to Organization and Management Theory. Authors: Katharina Scheidgen and Anna Brattstrom.
2021 Carolyn B. Dexter Award Finalists
"Assessing the Unintended Consequences of Legitimating Responses to Grand Challenges"
Submitted to Strategizing Activities and Practices. Authors: Fannie Couture, Paula Jarzabkowski, and Jane Le.
"How and When Do Preparation and Reintegration Facilitate Repatriate Knowledge Transfer"
Submitted to International Management. Authors: Fabian Froese, Vesa Peltokorpi, and Sebastian Reiche.
"How the Pursuit of Sustainability Poses Tradeoffs Between Legitimacy and Reputational Spillovers"
Submitted to Organizations and the Natural Environment. Authors: Nareuporn Piyasinchai, Matthew Grimes, and Christoph Loch.
"Projecting Family-Work Conflict and Enrichment onto Others when Assessing Burnout and Promotability"
Submitted to Organizational Behavior. Authors: Nina Junker and Sharon Toker.