Dark Side Case Competition

The CMS Division is pleased to sponsor the annual Dark Side Case Competition at the Academy of Management meeting. The competition is designed to encourage and acknowledge case writing that addresses the dark side of contemporary capitalism. The 2018 competition will be coordinated by Fernanda Sauerbron.

If you are interested in using these cases for academic purposes, they are published as listed below:

Raufflet, E., & Mills, A. J. (Eds.). 2009. The Dark Side: Critical Cases on the Downside of Business. Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing.

 
Diochon, P.F., Raufflet, E. and Mills, A.J. (Eds.) 2013. The Dark Side 2: Critical Cases on the Downside of Business. Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing.
 
Sauerbronn, F.F., Diochon, P.F., Raufflet, E. and Mills, A.J. (Eds.) 2018. The Dark Side 3: Critical Cases on the Downside of Business. . New York: Routledge.
 

Competition Winners:

2016 Joint winners
(1) Nimruji Jammulamadaka (Indian Institute of Management Calcutta), Biswatosh Saha (Indian Institute of Management Calcutta), Manisha Goswami (CPR-Namati) and Bharatkumar Kacharabhai Patel (MASS, CPR-Namati),
Compromised Livelihoods in Vapi: What needs to be cleaned up in the Armpit of India?

(2) Nicole Spohr (FGV-EAESP), Amon Barros (FGV-EAESP) and Marcus Vinicius Peinado Gomes (FGV-EAESP),
Whose Weahlth is That? Discussing Human Rights and Mining in the Global South

2015 Lesley Symons (The Case for Women) and Debrapatim Purkayastha (IBS Hyderabad, India)
What’s Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander?

2014 Celine Louche (Audencia Nantes School of Management, France) and Nigel Roome (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium),
A 101 Second Clip to Create Change: Palm Oil Role Play

2013 Colm McLaughlin & Todd Bridgman,
Apple and the Human Costs of Production

2012  Emmanuel Raufflet,
Hydro-Québec and the Crees: The Great Whale 2 Project

2011 Susan Myrden and Kathy Sanderson,
Kraft Foods Argentina - The H1N1 Disparity

2010 Sonya A. Grier (American University) and Guillaume D. Johnson (Witwatersrand University),
"Alisha in Obesity-land”: Is Food Marketing the Mad Hatter?

2009 Todd Bridgman. (Victoria University of Wellington),
Mercury Energy

2008 Mary Godwyn, Ph.D. (Babson College),
Hugh Connerty and HOOTERS

2007 Joint Winner:
Ann Lawerence,
Google, Inc: “Figuring out how to deal with China”
Branzei, Oana and K.McKague,
City Water Tanzania

2006 Emmanuel Raufflet, Yves Rocher in La Gacilly, France
Monique Le Chêne (HEC Montreal),
The Smell of Power