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DIEM reviewers recognized at the Academy of Management Meeting

In addition to writing and publishing scientific papers, many researchers act as reviewers volunteering their time and expertise in conferences.

DIEM strategy researchers frequently visit and present papers at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. This year the AMA conference was organized in Atlanta, Georgia, USA (August 4-8, 2017) and two DIEM strategy researchers received awards for their reviewing. The long tradition of reviewing and the multiple reviewer awards speak of the high quality and valuable dedication of department researchers. 

 

Eero Aalto received the Organization and Management  Theory - OMT Division 2017 ABCD Reviewing Award. Created and first conferred in 1995, the Above and Beyond the Call of Duty (ABCD) Reviewing Award recognizes those individuals who were deemed worthy of special recognition for the helpfulness, civility, extensiveness and insight of their reviews. http://omtweb.org/awards/abcd-award

Eero Aalto, is a Doctoral candidate and currently writing his thesis in the Strategy and Venturing group.

 

Jens Schmidt, Assistant Professor on Strategic Management received his fifth “Outstanding Reviewer Award” of the Strategic Management Division of the Academy of Management - given to the 50 best or top-rated reviewers from altogether over 1.000 reviewers.

 

Congratulations for the contribution to the academic community!

 

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