Best Doctoral Student Paper

Every year the program chair and executive committee nominate a best student paper. There is a prize sponsored by the journal Organization awarded at the Academy of Management meeting.

The Winning Student Paper:

  • 2016 Carma Claw Nez (New Mexico State University)
    Without Reservation: The Commodification of Native Americans
  • 2015 Kamalika Chakraborty (IIM Calcutta, India)
    An Investigation into Silent Coping by NGOs in Third World Countries
  • 2014 Lauren McCarthy (University of Nottingham, UK)
    Resistance to Institutional Work: Power and Gender in the Fair Trade Cocoa Value Chain
  • 2013 Fahreen Alamgir (RMIT University, Australia)
    Conflicting Regimes, Legitimacy of the State: Exploring Rights-Centric Management
  • 2012 Joint winners
    -Toby Paltridge & Susan Mayson (Monash University, Australia)
    Inequalities in international education and the role of print media: A critical discourse analysis
    -Emma Avetisyan(SKEMA Business School, France) & Michel Ferrary (CERAM, France)
    The institutionalization of CSR field in France and the United States
  • 2011 Stratos E Ramoglou (Cambridge University, UK)
    Demystifying the "Entrepreneurial Mind": A Wittgensteinian Approach
  • 2010 Marc Idelson (HEC Paris, France)
    Undo the math! organizational implications of cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary semiotic gaps
  • 2009 Daphne Berry (University of Massachusetttss Amherst)
    Expatriates, Migrants, Gender, Race and Class
  • 2008 Ajnesh Prasad (York U).
    Beyond Analytical Categories of Difference: Or, the Case for 'Strategic Essentialism'
  • 2007 Jason Myrowitz
    Anti-Authoritarian Television Programming
  • 2006 Marcos Pereira Fernandes de Barros (HEC Montreal)
    Emancipatory Management: The Contradiction between Practice and Discourse
  • 2005 Mikelle Calhoun (Valpairiso University)
    Challenging Distinctions: Illusions of Precision Assessing Risks of Doing Business in Host Countries