Assistant Professors, post-doc fellow recognized at 2016 Academy of Management Meeting

Three assistant professors and one post-doctoral fellow at the Gustavson School of Business were selected as “best papers” at the 2016 Academy of Management Annual Meeting. This represents the top 10% of all papers submitted to the Academy of Management annual meeting.

Stacey Fitzsimmons (Assistant Professor in OB/HR/Cross Cultural Management and International Business) received a best paper proceedings for her paper “When knowledge crosses levels: Integrating knowledge and predicting resistance.”

Sara Elias (Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship) received a best paper proceedings for her paper “The aesthetics of entrepreneurship: How arts entrepreneurs and their customers co-create aesthetic value.”

Josh Ault (Assistant Professor in International Business) received a best paper proceedings for his paper “Measuring the Political Context of Entrepreneurship: Lessons from the State Fragility Literature”.

Diego Coraiola (Post-Doctoral Fellow) received a John Mee Award for the best paper in the Management History Division for “Useful Rhetorical History” An Ideographic Analysis of the Online Rhetorical Histories of Fortune 500 Corporations.” Co-authors included Roy Suddaby and William Foster (University of Alberta).