DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM AWARDS 2012
Senada Bahto, Linnaeus University, Sweden, for her paper 'Entrepreneurship in Wartime: Life in Sarajevo under the 1992 - 1996 Siege'
Nuno Oliveira, London School of Economics, UK, for his paper 'A Theory of Coordination in Dynamic Inter-Organisational Relationships'
Christoph Seckler, Leuphana University, Germany, for his paper 'Leveraging errors to improve audit quality'
'Leveraging errors to improve audit quality'
Winners Nuno Oliveira, Senada Bahto and Christoph Seckler
DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM AWARDS 2011
Paolo Aversa, University of Bologna, for his paper Framing the Strategic Peripheries: A Novel typology of Suppliers
Dagmar Daubner, VU University Amsterdam, for her paper Pan Exploration of Talent Management in the Era of Diversity and Inlcusion Uncovering the Gendered Nature of the Identificiation and Development of Talent in Organisations.
Giovanni Radaelli, Politecnico di Milano, Determinants of Innovative Behaviours in Teams.
DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM AWARDS 2010
René Bakker, University of Tilburg, for his paper Headed for an Empirically Derived Taxonomy of Temporary Project Networks: A Configurational Approach toward Project-Based Learning
Bénédicte Buylen, Ghent University, for her paper Politicians' Use of Performance Information in Flemish Municipalities
Neil Turner, Cranfield School of Management, for his paper The Role of Knowledge Assets in Ambidextrous Project Learning
DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM AWARDS 2009
The Impact of TMT Knowledge Diversity On Long- and Short-Run Effectiveness, Tine BUYL, University of Antwerp
The Relationship between Dynamic Behavior of the Firm and International Growth Process In SMEs, Arto KUULUVAINEN, Turku School of Economics
Market Field and Industry Dynamics: From Technical Standards to Innovation Systems, André SLOWAK, University of Hohenheim
DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM AWARDS 2008
1st prize: Christoph Nedopil for his paper:
„The influence of foreign direct investment on the corporate governance environment“.
Applying an institutional theory Christoph shows that the corporate governance environment develops depending on the inflow of foreign direct investment.
Since February 2006, Christoph works for the IMD Lausanne and is a PhD student at the University of Technology in Berlin.
2nd prize: Sabine Poralla for her dissertation proposal
“Team goal commitment: a case-based theory on emergence and anteceding factors.”
Building on a case-study methodology her doctoral dissertation will develop propositions about functional drivers of team goal commitment, such as contextual factors and team properties.
Since April 2005, Sabine is a PhD student at the University of St. Gallen.
3rd prize: David Kroon for his paper
“New insights into the relation between social identification and employee satisfaction with a merger”
Using cross-sectional survey data, he analyzes the complex relationship between social identification and post-merger performance.
Since 2007, David is a PhD student at the Tilburg University
Picture (from left to right): Dr. Anne-Katrin Neyer (Chair of EURAM 2008 Doctoral Colloquium, David Kroon, Prof. Peter McKiernan (EURAM President), Christoph Nedophil, Sabine Poralla and Prof. Kathrin Möslein (Chair of EURAM 2008 Doctoral Colloquium).
FRAMING THE STRATEGIC PERIPHERIES: A NOVEL TYPOLOGY OF SUPPLIERS
VU University Amsterdam
PAN EXPLORATION OF TALENT MANAGEMENT IN THE ERA OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
UNCOVERING THE GENDERED NATURE OF THE IDENTIFICATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF TALENT IN ORGANIZATIONS
DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM AWARDS 2011