The Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE) Best Paper of the Year Award recognizes the contribution that best represents the mission of AMLE, advances the state of pedagogical scholarship in management learning and education, and provokes thought and directs attention toward critical challenges and issues facing management learning and education.
The AMLE Best Paper Award Committee was comprised of Luigi Proserpio, Bocconi University, (Chair), Joy Beatty, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Peter Moran, University of London and London Business School, Roger Dunbar, New York University, Sandra Waddock, Boston College, and Kenneth Zantow, University of Southern Mississippi.
The three finalists for the award:
- Adler, Nancy J., 2006, “The arts & leadership: now that we can do anything, what will we do?”, Volume 5, #4, 486-499, Section: Essay, Dialogues & Interviews
- Giacalone, Robert A., Thompson, Kenneth R., 2006, “Business ethics and social responsibility education: shifting the worldview”, Volume 5, #3, 266-277, Section: Research & Reviews
- McCabe, Donald L., Butterfield, Kenneth D., Treviño, Linda Klebe, 2006, “Academic dishonesty in graduate business programs: Prevalence, causes and proposed action”, Volume 5, #3, 294-305, Section: Research & Reviews
This year’s AMLE Best Paper of the Year Award was awarded to McCabe, Donald L., Butterfield, Kenneth D., Treviño, Linda Klebe, 2006, “Academic dishonesty in graduate business programs: Prevalence, causes and proposed action”, Volume 5, #3, 294-305, Section: Research & Reviews
AMLE Best Paper Award Winners: Donald McCabe and Linda Klebe Treviño
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