Critical Management Studies (CMS)

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  • 1.  CMS Awards 2020

    Posted 08-02-2020 04:30

    Dear all

    In the spirit of the virtual conference, we invited authors of awarded papers to provide a video where they present their work.

    Therefore, we would like to invite you to congratulate them and celebrate their excellent research by visiting the links that will direct you to their presentations.


    Best Critical Paper

    "Doing Violence: Suffering Bodies in a Refugee Arrival Centre"

    Philipp Arnold and Jana Costas, European Uni Viadrina, Frankfurt

    Sponsored by Organization


    Best Doctoral Student Paper

    "The Facade of Neoliberal Merit: Empty Work and Unethical Subjects at a Business School"

    Vivek Nair and Devi Vijay, Indian Institute of Management – Calcutta

    Sponsored by Organization


    Best Critical Doctoral Dissertation / Thesis

    "Making Life Work: Work and Life in Coliving"

    Karel Musílek, Durham University

    Sponsored by Organization


    Best Critical Gender, Work and Organization Paper

    "There is no Lean In for Men"

    Nicole Ferry, City U. of Seattle

    Eric Guthey, Copenhagen Business School

    Sponsored by Gender, Work and Organization


    Best Critical Paper on International Business

    "Expatriate-local inequality as epistemic dominance in international development organizations"

    Emily Cook-Lundgren, Ishbel McWha-Hermann, and Thomas Calvard, University of Edinburgh

    Sponsored by Critical Perspectives on International Business


    Best Critical Management Learning and Education Paper

    "Divergent Perspectives on Diversity and Inclusion: Reconceptualizing & Advancing Black Scholarship"

    Rashedur Chowdhury, University of Southampton

    Penelope Muzanenhamo, University College Dublin, Smurfit

    Sponsored by Management Learning


    Best Paper in Critical Business Ethics

    "Between Facts and Norms: CSR Communication and the Reproduction of Power"

    Kaiyu Shao, China University of Political Science and Law

    Maddy Janssens, KU Leuven

    Sponsored by Journal of Business Ethics


    Dark Side Case Study Competition Winners

    "Makeup Naive"

    Caterina Bettin and Jean Helms Mills, Sobey School of Business


    "No Smoke without Fire? The Power Play Between Employee Autonomy and Employer Authority"

    Susanna Kultalahti and Riitta Viitala, University of Vaasa

    Sponsored by Sobey School of Business

    Marcos Barros
    Full Professor
    Grenoble Ecole de Management