Best Paper 2019 - Prize Money 1,000 Euro (Starting in 2017)

Dividends in the Family Firm Context: Does Socioemotional Wealth Matter? 
J. Samuel Baixauli-Soler, Maria Belda-Ruiz and Gregorio Sanchez-Marin, University of Murcia

Strategic Interest Group Family Business Research


Most Inspirational Paper 2019 - Prize Money, 1,000 Euro (Starting in 2017)

Motivating on-demand workers through task-effective strategies: The differential effects of setting single vs. double goals on performance contingent upon regulatory foci
Xiao Chen, Faculty of Business, University of Prince Edward Island and Wei Chi, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University

SIG Organisational Behaviour



Best Paper 2018 - Prize Money 1,000 Euro (Starting in 2017)

Runner Up
Doing Gender at Corporate Christmas
Henriett Primecz, Corvinus University of Budapest & Anna Hidegh, Budapest Business School

Strategic Interest Group Gender, Race and Diversity in Organisations  

Managing Innovation in a Multi-Divisional Firm: How Mobility across Divisions Affects R&D Managers’ Performance
Anne ter Wal, Imperial College Business School, Paola Criscuolo, Imperial College Business School London, Martine Haas, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Ammon Salter, University of Bath

Strategic Interest Group Innovation


Most Inspirational Paper 2018  - Prize Money, 1,000 Euro (Starting in 2017)
Family Business Research SIG

Disentangling the Concept of the Owner Family in Family Business (Research), Sabrina Schell, Julia de Groote, Andreas Hack, University of Bern and Nadine Kammerlander, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

Strategic Interest Group Family Business Research

Exploiting the Potential of Intuition in Interpretative Organizational Research, 
Barbara Kump, Vienna University of Economics and Business and Christina Schweiger, FHWien GmbH

Strategic Interest Group Research Methods and Research Practice 


Best Paper 2017 - Prize Money 1,000 Euro (Starting in 2017)

Runner up
Incumbents’ Sensemaking and Responses to Institutional Challenges of the Sharing Economy
Julian Lehmann, Florian Weber, Lorenz Graf-Vlachy, & Andreas König - University of Passau

Strategic Interest Group: Strategic Management

The Influence of Cultural Intelligence on Expatriate Knowledge Sharing: A Multilevel Country Analysis
Sebastian Stoermer, Samuel Edward Davies & Fabian Jintae Froese - University of Goettingen

Strategic Interest Group: International Management


Most Inspirational Paper 2017  - Prize Money, 1,000 Euro (Starting in 2017)

Political Ties and Anti-Trust Holdup: How do firms use non-market strategies to influence the regulatory control over their market strategies?
Asli Kozan - IPAG Business School, Birgül Arslan - Koç University



Best Paper 2016

Beauty or beast: Organizational Aspirations and Dynamic Embeddedness in Strategic Transactions 
Elio Shijaku, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Martin Larraza-Kintana, U. Publica de Navarra and Ainhoa Urtasun-Alons, U. Publica de Navarra

Strategic Interest Group: Strategic Management

Most Inspirational Paper 2016

The impact of fairness on performance of crodwdsourcing on empirical analysis of two intermediate crowdsourcing platforms
Erica Mazzola. Universita di Palermo, Mariangela Piazza, Uiniversity di Palermo, Nuran Acur, University of Strathclyde, Giovanni Perrone, Universita di Palermo

Strategic Interest Group: Innovation



Best Paper 2015 

The more International Experience, the better? The link between Itnernational Experience Variety and Career Advancement 
Dimitrios Georgakakis, University of St. Gallen, Tobias Dauth, HHL Leipzig and Winfried Ruigrok, University of St. Gallen

Strategic Interest Group: Corporate Governance


Most Inspirational Paper 2015

Sharing Knoweldge on Demand: Some Paradox of Organiszational Factors. Empirical Evidence from International Manufacturing Companies 
Sara Lombardi, LUISS Guido Carli University, Vincenzo Cavaliere, University of Florence and Mariacristina Bonti, University of Pisa

Strategic Interest Group: Organisational Behaviour


Best Paper 2014

Role of Performance Aspiration Gaps and Ownership in explaining Business Exits 
Xavier Castner, University of Lausanne and Nikolaos Kavaidis, Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management

Strategic Interest Group: Corporate Governance



Best Paper 2013

Organizational Control Systems in the Public Sector and in Research Governance 
Margit Osterloh, Zurich University, Bruno S. Frey, University of Warwick and Homberg Fabian, Bournemouth University

Strategic Interest Group: Public and Non-Profit Management



Best Paper 2012

Trust in the Entrepreneur-Angel: Investor Dyad: Functions and Dysfunctions 
Yannick Bammens and Veroniek Collewaert, Maastricht University



Best Paper 2011

Research as Practice: Practical Insights for Developing Rigorous Conceptual Knowledge for and from Practice 
Marie-José Avenier, Grenoble II Pierre Mendes France University and Aura Parmentier Cajaiba, University of Grenoble / CERAG

Strategic Interest Group: Research Methods & Research Practice General Track



Best Paper 2010

A Dynamic Managerial Capabilities Model of Organizational Ambidextrity 
Heavy Ciaran, University College Dublin and Simsek Zeki, University of Connectictut

Strategic Interest Group: Strategic Management