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BEST PAPER AWARD at British Academy of Management Conference 2018 won by IMCA members

Michael Gibbert (IMCA), Lakshmi Balachandran Nair (Utrecht University) and Bareerah Hafeez Hoorani (IMCA) won the BEST PAPER AWARD at British Academy of Management Conference 2018!

Congrats from all of us!

Four Papers from IMCA Accepted for the 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. One Selected as one of the Best Papers of the Program.

Four papers from Institute of Marketing and Communication Management have been accepted for the 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management taking place on August 7-11, 2015 in Vancouver. The paper “What passes as a Transparent Field Study in Management?” by Nair, Gibbert, and Weiss has been selected as one of the Best Papers of the program and will be published in the Academy of Management Proceedings of 2015.

The accepted papers are:

Kernbach, S., (2015), The Facilitative Power of Visual Artifacts for Knowledge Sharing in Client-Consultant Interactions’ Perception of CSR Reports, AMA, Vancouver.

Lock, I., Seele, P., (2015), Buying Fool’s Gold? A Scale Development to Test Readers’ Perception of CSR Reports, AMA, Vancouver.

Nair, L., Gibbert, M., Weiss, M. (2015), What passes as a Transparent Field Study in Management?, AMA, Vancouver.

Petani, F., Mengis, J., (2015), In Search of Lost Space. A Processual view of Lefebvre, AMA, Vancouver.

IMCA leaving AOM meeting rich in awards

Lakshmi is receiving the Best Paper Award at this year's AOM in Philadelphia.

At this year’s Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Philadelphia, IMCA members received two awards making us proud that the quality of our work is recognized by the academic community.

Here is a picture of Lakshmi Nair (to the right), who collected the best paper award of the Research Methods division, which she received together with professors Gibbert (USI) and Weiss (LMU München) for their paper Oops, Ive got an outlier in my data  now what? Using the deviance case method for theory building”.

At the Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division (MOC), Dr. Alessandra Zamparini received the Outstanding Reviewer Award. Unfortunately, our photographer could not be at two places at the same time ;-) Congratulations to Lakshmi, Michael and Alessandra!

 

Three Papers from IMCA Accepted for the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. One wins the Sage Publications/RM Division Best Paper Award.

Three papers from Institute of Marketing and Communication Management have been accepted for the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management which would commence on August 1st  2014 in Philadelphia. The program theme is ‘The Power of Words’.

The accepted papers  are:

Broch, C., Lurati, F., Zamparini, A. and Mariconda, S. (2014), Organizational Identification. The Role of Social Capital.

Gibbert, M., Nair, L.B., and Weiss, M. (2014),“Oops, I’ve got an outlier in my data – now what?” Using the deviance case method for theory building.

Petani, F.J., and  Mengis, J. (2014), When Coordination Creates Interdependencies. A Processual View of a Large Construction Project.

The paper “Oops, I’ve got an outlier in my data – now what?” Using the deviance case method for theory building by  Gibbert, M., Nair, L.B.,& Weiss, M. has been conferred the Academy of Management-Sage Publications/RM Division Best Paper Award, 2014. The Awardees will be honored during the RMD business meeting, on Monday, August 4th at Philadelphia.

 

Five IMCA Papers Accepted to EMAC. Two Nominated for Best Paper Award.

The Institute of Marketing and Communication Management is represented by a total of 5 papers at this year’s EMAC Conference in Valencia. The Conference theme is “Paradigm shifts & Interactions”. The following papers with IMCA scholars involved will be presented:

Aryobsei, S., Hofstetter, R., Dahl, D., Herrmann, A. (2014), The Dual Role of Prior Ideas in Driving Creative Performance in Open Ideation Contests, EMAC, Valencia.
Nominated for overall best paper based on a doctoral thesis (Top 20 articles).

Beck, L., Hofstetter, R. (2014), Improvement or Approval: The Effect of Social Feedback on Preference Construction and Purchase Intention along the Product Configuration Process, EMAC, Valencia.
Nominated for overall best paper based on a doctoral thesis (Top 20 articles).

Busacca, B. Bertoli, G., Miniero, G. (2014), Brand Extensions Threat: Counter Extensions, EMAC, Valencia.

Miniero, G., Gibbert, M. (2014), Complaining vs. Expressive Writing in Frustrating Product Experiences, EMAC, Valencia.

Pizzetti, M., and Gibbert, M., (2014), Gifts Keep Friendship Warm: The Moderating Role of Attachment Style and Intimacy on Social and Relational Outcomes of Personalized Gifts, EMAC, Valencia.

Master Student of MCC to Receive ABERJE Award

Nathaly Aya Pastrana has received the ABERJE Award (Brazilian corporate communication association) for the paper Corporate Social Responsibility: Perceptions and practices among SME in Colombia she has presented with Prof. Krishnamurthy Sriramesh at the 17th International Public Relations Research Conference in Miami (March 5-9, 2014). Nathaly has graduated in 2012 from our MS in Marketing. The paper results from her masters thesis she wrote under the supervision of Prof. Sriramesh.

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