The International Association for Chinese Management Research and the Community
for Responsible Research in Business and Management have announced
the winners of the second IACMR-RRBM Award for Responsible Research in Management.
The award recognizes scholarship that focuses on important issues for
business and society. Three distinguished winners, 12 winners, and eight finalists
were selected from among the 90 articles and 16 books that were nominated.
Distinguished winners include Greg Distelhorst, Jens Hainmueller, and Richard
Locke for “Does lean improve labor standards? Management and social performance
in the Nike supply chain” in Management Science; Ivona Hideg, Anja Krstic,
Raymond Trau, and Tanya Zarina for “The unintended consequences of maternity
leaves: How agency interventions mitigate the negative effects of longer legislated
maternity leaves” in the Journal of Applied Psychology; and Sheila Puffer, Daniel
McCarthy, and Daniel Satinsky for the book Hammer and Silicon: The Soviet Diaspora
in the US Innovation Economy-Immigration, Innovation, Institutions, Imprinting,
and Identity. Distinguished winners will each receive a cash prize of US$2,000.
View a complete list of honorees.