DIEM researchers stand out with several honored papers at the 2018 AOM Conference

The Academy of Management Conference annually gathers thousands of management and organization scholars worldwide.

The 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management was held in Chicago, Illinois in August 2018. Aalto University was traditionally was well represented with high standard papers and presentations.
 

Winner of the best paper award 

Timo Vuori (Aalto University) & Quy Huy (INSEAD)
Srategizing activities and practices interest group
Paper: “Shaping top managers’ moods: Board emotion regulation in the strategy formulation process”

News on aalto.fi about the research: aalto.fi/en/current/news/2018-05-24-003

 

Honorable mention for this year’s Jack Meredith Best Paper, the paper was tied for second place

Groop, J., Ketokivi, M., Gupta, M., & Holmström, J. (2017). Improving home care: Knowledge creation through engagement and design. Journal of Operations Management, 53, 9-22.

News on aalto.fi about the research: aalto.fi/en/current/news/2018-01-16-003

 

Among the five finalist papers for this year’s Jack Meredith Best Paper

Ketokivi M., V. Turkulainen, T. Seppälä, P. Rouvinen, and J. Ali-Yrkkö (2017)
Why locate manufacturing in a high-cost country: A case study of 35 production location decisions. JOM, 49-51: 20-30.

 

Among best 5% of submitted papers at the Strategic Management (STR) division
Eero Aalto, Zeerim Cheung, and Robin Gustafsson: Asymmetric Regulation, Managerial Discretion, and Corporate Political Strategies. Academy of Management Proceedings, Vol. 2018, No. 1DOI:  https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2018.225

News on aalto.fi about the research: aalto.fi/en/current/news/2018-06-29

 

 

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