The AMP 2008 Best Paper Award
The Academy of Management Perspectives 2008 Best Paper award winners: Emily Lean, Carol Reeves, Anne O’Leary-Kelly, and Jane Randel (not pictured).
The Academy of Management Perspectives Best Paper Award is given on a yearly basis to the selected paper published the previous year. The finalists were selected by the AMP Award Committee: Hugh O’Neil (Chair), Jonathan Doh, and Anne Kovalainen.
The Academy of Management Perspectives Best Paper Award is decided by the committee on the basis of the following criteria:
• Represents an impressive summary and integration of an important set of research findings
• Done in a style and with a degree of accessibility that will make it a foundational article for management teaching for many years.
• Provides a model for other authors with respect to how a set of academic ideas and research findings can be framed and communicated in an appealing and compelling manner
• Advances our understanding of issues that are relevant to managers and executives alike
The finalists are:
Stefan Ambec, Paul Lanoie; “Does it pay to be green? A systematic overview”
Jean Woiceshyn, Loren Falkenberg; “Value creation in Knowledge-based firms: Aligning problems and resources”
The winners of the Academy of Management Perspectives 2008 Best Paper Award:
Anne O’Leary-Kelly, Emily Lean, Carol Reeves, Jane Randel; “Coming into the light: Intimate partner violence and its effects at work”