In 2010, the OMT Division formally created the Best International Paper Award. The winner of this award automatically becomes the Divison’s nominee for the Academy of Management’s Carolyn Dexter Award. Although there was not an official award winner prior 2010, the Division’s nominee was still announced and recognized.
2018 Best International Paper Award Winner
Local Remembering, Global Forgetting: Uses of the Past in Corporate-Community Relations in Kenya
Anna Kim (HEC Montréal)
2017 Laura Claus (University of Cambridge). “Hakuna Matata or When Cultures Collide: Navigating Institutional Abundance in Rural Africa.”
2016 Pascual Berrone (IESE Business School), Patricio Duran (U. Adolfo Ibanez), Luis Gomez-Mejia (University of Notre Dame), Pursey Heugens (Erasmus University Rotterdam), and Marc van Essen (University of St. Gallen). "The Family-Legitimizing Environment and the Prevalence, Strategy, and Performance of Family Firms"
2015 Valentina Assenova (Yale School of Management) and Olav Sorenson (Yale School of Management). “Gray Matters in the Growth of Markets”
2014 Juliane Reinecke (University of Warwick) and Shaz Ansari (University of Cambridge). When Times Collide: Temporal Brokerage at the Intersection of Markets and Development
2013 Daniel Waeger (HEC U. of Lausanne) and Sébastien Mena (University of Alberta). The Diffusion of Contested Practices across Environments: Social Movements' Boundary-Bridging Role
2012 Joris Knoben (Tilburg University), Tal Simons (Tilburg University), Patrick Vermeulen (Radboud University Nijmegen). “A Community Level Theory of Organizational Resistance to Anti-Smoking Regulation”**
2011 Eric Zhao (University of Alberta) and Tyler Wry (University of Alberta). “Societal Patriarchal Logics and the Emergence of Microfinance Organizations”**
2010 Silvia Dorado (University of Rhode Island). “A Peopled View of Institutional Work: The Emergence of Commercial Microfinance In Bolivia”**
2009 Frank Wijen (Erasmus University), Shahzad Ansari (University of Cambridge), and Barbara Gray (Pennsylvania State University). “Averting the 'Tragedy of the Commons'”
2008 Martin Schulz (University of British Columbia), P. Devereaux Jennings (University of Alberta), and David L. Patient (Catholic University of Portugal). “Cleaning up the Water Law of British Columbia: A Problemistic Approach to Rule Change”
2007 Guido Moellering (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies), Lai Si Tsui-Auch (Nanyang Business School). “Wary Managers/Investors: Vulnerability, Control, Trust and Distrust in Foreign Enterprises in China”**
** Denotes papers which also won the Academy of Management Carolyn Dexter Award. (Please note: The list of Dexter Award Winners is incomplete.)
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