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2019 Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management 

May 8 - 11, 2019, Wilmington, DE, Hotel Du Pont

Theme: Evolving the Narrative of Business and Careers

President: Laurie Levesque, Suffolk University

Vice President Program: Kimberly Merriman, University of Massachusetts-Lowell

Co-Host: Suffolk University, Sawyer School of Business

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EAM 2019 Track Chairs


Dr. Herman Aguinis delivered the keynote address on The Credibility of Research and Challenges for Management Scholars and Educators’ Careers. Dr. Aguinis is the Vice President Program Chair-Elect of the Academy of Management. 

EAM 2019 Award Winners

2018 Organization Management Journal Award - - Teaching and Learning

Mariana J. Lebrón & Filiz Tabak (2018) Leading in the Real World: Operationalizing a Power-Based Model of Collaboration for Leadership Experiential Learning,Organization Management Journal, 15:3, 110-129.

2018 Organization Management Journal Award - Research

Shelly Marasi, Alison Wall & Rebecca J. Bennett (2018) Pay openness movement: Is it merited? Does it influence more desirable employee outcomes than pay secrecy?,Organization Management Journal, 15:2, 58-77.

EAM Commendable  Research Paper Awards:
-- Entrepreneurship & Innovation: Selective Revealing: A Trigger Mechanism for Interorganizational Relationships. 
Saadet Elif Esposito, University of Massachusetts - Lowell

-- Strategy & International Management: On the Internationalization of Hybrid FirmsFernando Angulo, Albena Pergelova,MacEwan University, & Leo-Paul Dana, Montpellier Business School

BEST Experiential Learning Exercise: "I don't believe I have any special privilege:" A Two-Part Exercise to Reduce Student Resistance to the Concept of White Privilege
Laurel Goulet &Paul Szwed, Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Emerald Best Case Award: Maison Maille:  Making Mustard Aspirational to Younger Consumers . Marie-Cécile Cervellon, EDHEC Business School.& Lea Lembo, Skidmore College.

The CASE Journal  Best Reviewer: Ken Levitt, Frostburg State University

2019 NEJE Best Entrepreneurship  Paper Winner: Environmental Innovation Investment DecisionsBari Bendell, Suffolk University

We are grateful to all reviewers! 

Olugbenga Adeyinka
Pauline Assenza
Nicole Berube
Nicholas Beutell
Hung Chu
Kerrie Crowne
Dagmar Hattenberg
Mariana Lebron
William Obenauer
Brent Opall
Jane Parent
Douglas Sanford
Roberto Santos
Or Shkoler
Filiz Tabak
Lauren Turner
Jim Wilkerson
Michele Yoder

ELA Best Exercise Nominees

Experiential Team Building Exercise for On-Line Students Using a Virtual Scavenger Hunt, Jane Bokunewicz, Stockton University

“I don’t believe I have any special privilege:” A Two-part Exercise to Reduce Student Resistance to the Concept of White Privilege, Laurel Goulet, Paul Szwed, Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Using Our Superpowers to Save the World: Introducing the UN Sustainable Development Goals to Management Students, Steven Meisel, La Salle UniversityDilip Mirchandani, Rowan University

Wrapped Candy and Chopsticks in Class: A Role-playing Simulation of WarehouseOperations Management(Friday, Julie Stanton, The Pennsylvania State UniversityAlexander Bolinger, Idaho State University

Organization Management Journal Best Research Paper Nominees:

Shelly Marasi, Alison Wall & Rebecca J. Bennett (2018) Pay Openness Movement: Is it merited? Does it Influence More Desirable Employee Outcomes than Pay Secrecy?,Organization Management Journal, 15:2.

Minsu Lee, Clifton O. Mayfield, Amanda S. Hinojosa & Yooshin Im (2018) A Dyadic Approach to Examining the Emotional IntelligenceWork Outcome Relationship: The Mediating role of LMX,Organization Management Journal, 15:1, 1-16.

Organization Management Journal Nominees for Best Teaching & Learning Paper:

Mariana J. Lebrón & Filiz Tabak(2018)Leading in the Real World: Operationalizing a Power-based Model of Collaboration for LeadershipExperiential Learning,Organization Management Journal,15:3,110-129.

Elizabeth A. McCrea & Steven J. Lorenzet(2018)Mind Mapping: An Experiential Approach to Syllabus Review,Organization Management Journal,15:1,35-43.

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