Emerald Award - EURAM 2009
Gender, Equality & Diversity in Management Track: Best Newcomer Paper Sponsored by Emerald
Professional Development in a Gendered Work Force, Sue O'Neill, Liverpool Hope University and Petra Luck, Liverpool Hope University
Emerald Awards - EURAM 2008
Award for best paper in the Gender Equality and Diversity in Management track, sponsored by Gender in Management: An International Journal
Track Chairs: Carol Woodhams, Beverly Metcalfe, Sandra Fielden
Winning Paper: “Living in Contested Space: Academic Women’s Experiences in Leadership Roles in Australian Universities,”
Linley Lord, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2008
Outstanding Paper Award
- Ruth Alas, Estonian Business School, for her article co-authored by Wei Sun, entitled “Organizational changes in Chinese companies: a resource-based view,” published in Chinese Management Studies, Volume 1, Issue 4, 2007.
Highly Commended Award:
- Yehuda Baruch, Norwich Business School, for his paper entitled “Swearing at work and permissive leadership culture: When anti-social becomes social and incivility is acceptable,” co-authored by Stuart Jenkins, published in Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Volume 28, Issue 6, 2007.
- Peter McKiernan, President of EURAM, University of St Andrews, for his paper entitled “Molecular, structural firm adaptations to environments: empirical Tao of the CEO,” and co-authored with Check-Teck Foo, published in Chinese Management Studies, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2007.
- Birgit Schyns, University of Portsmouth, for his paper “Work satisfaction, organizational commitment and withdrawal behaviours,” co-authored with Karin Falkenburg, published in Management Research News, Volume 30, Issue 10, 2007.