a. Lifetime Contribution Award
The International Association for Chinese Management Research takes pride in honoring a retired scholar who has made a significant contribution to the field of Chinese management research with the “IACMR Lifetime Contribution Award”. The recipient scholar should have made substantial contribution to Chinese management scholarship and have provided exemplary service to the IACMR. The process involves a nomination by an IACMR member with a nomination letter and a CV of the candidate and the candidates are assessed by the IACMR Lifetime Contribution Award Committee of prominent scholars. The Executive Committee of IACMR reviews and approves the recommendation by this Award Committee..
The recipient of the “2016 Lifetime Contribution Award” is Professor Anne S. Tsui. We are honored to give this award to Professor Anne Tsui who is an outstanding international leader in organizational studies, and a founder of the Chinese management research movement.
Over her 35 year career as a management scholar, Professor Anne Tsui has published over 100 articles and 12 books, and is one of the most cited authors in the field of management with over 20,000 citations according to Google scholar. Her articles have won some of the most prestigious research awards including the ASQ Distinguished Contribution Award, the Awards, the Center for AMJ and the JOM Best Paper Creative Leadership Applied Leadership Research Award, and the University of Minnesota (alumni) Outstanding Achievement Award. She has been a fellow of Academy of Management since 1997, a fellow of the Academy of International Business since 2016 and she received an Honorary Doctorate in Economics from the University of St. Gallen in 2015.
Besides her scholarly contributions, Anne has devoted herself to serve our community with all her heart and soul. In 1994 she returned to Hong Kong and to become the founding head of the Department of Management at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). She served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Academy of Management Journal (AMJ) from 1996 to1999, and later as an elected officer of the Academy leading to the Presidency of AOM from 2008 to 2013. During her sabbatical year at Peking University in 2000-2001, Anne saw the pressing need for high quality management knowledge and scholarship in fast-developing China. This inspired her to found the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR) in 2002, and Management and Organization Review (MOR) in 2005. She has also done a lot in promoting the professional development of young scholars and doctoral students. For example, she co-founded the Chinese Management Scholar Research Method Workshop with Dr. Larry Farh in 1999, which aimed at equipping Chinese scholars with modern research methodology to conduct empirical research. She has served as a faculty advisor in this workshop over the years. In recognizing her immense contributions to the field, the Academy of Management awarded her its Distinguished Service Contribution Award in 2015.
Prof. Anne Tsui has now retired from the Arizona State University, after serving for over 35 years in the organization studies field.
In summary, Prof. Anne Tsui has made stellar contributions in research and service to the field of Chinese management. She is an exemplary scholar most deserving to receive the IACMR Lifetime Contribution Award.
b. Distinguished Scholarly Contribution Award
This award recognizes a senior scholar who has devoted much of his/her career to the study of Chinese management and has made significant contributions to the field in theory, methodology or in explaining the workings of Chinese organizations or organizations in China; who has advanced the field and blazed a path for future researchers; and who has enhanced the visibility of Chinese management research by impacting the broader research community.
Prof. Xiaoping Chen from the University of Washington has won the Distinguished Scholarly Contribution Award 2016. Here are her biography and the statement of accomplishment.
Xiao-Ping Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org) is currently Philip M. Condit Endowed Chair Professor in the Department of Management and Organization, Foster School of Business, University of Washington. She is a Fellow at Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. She is also Editor-in-Chief for Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes and Editor-in-Chief for Management Insights, a bilingual (Chinese and English) magazine for business educators and practitioners.
Professor Chen’s research interests include cooperation and competition in social dilemmas, teamwork and leadership, entrepreneur passion, Chinese guanxi, and cross-cultural communication and management. Professor Chen has published more than 30 research papers in top-tier journals such as Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Management Science, and Journal of International Business Studies. She was a faculty previously at Indiana University and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She served as a Rep-at-Large in the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management for three years.
Professor Chen is highly involved in Chinese management research and business community. She served as the second President for International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR). She has organized numerous research methods workshops, professional development workshops, and panel discussions for IACMR. She has published eight Chinese books so far, among which the Empirical Methods in Organization and Management Research book has been the best seller in China since 2008.
Professor Chen is the recipient of numerous teaching and research awards, including Andrew Smith Faculty Development Award (2010), Outstanding University of Washington Woman Award (2010), Outstanding Ph.D. Mentor Award (2009, 2004), Dean’s International Research Award (2008, 2001), Charles E. Summer Teaching Award (2004), Best Conference Paper Award (2012, 2008) by IACMR, and Top 20 Poster Paper Award (2009) by Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychological Association.
c. MOR/PUP Best Paper Award of Chinese Theory of Management
To promote original theorizing to account for management phenomena that are relatively salient in China, Peking University Press (PUP) has set up the MOR/PUP Best Paper Award of Chinese Theory of Management. The award is intended to especially encourage research on “Indigenous Chinese theory of management”. It is important for Chinese management researchers to be innovative in their theoretical analysis. The award aims to recognize the best paper published in MOR that addresses new research questions, identifies new concepts, and/or develop new theories from the “Chinese theory of management” perspective. The winning paper will be selected from the articles published in MOR in the past two years.
Jing, Runtian; Van de Ven, Andrew H., 2014, A Yin-Yang Model of Organizational Change: The Case of Chengdu Bus Group
d. Inaugural Hermann and Marianne Straniak Stiftung – MOR Best Paper Award
The aspiration of the Hermann and Marianne Straniak – MOR award is to advance original indigenous high impact management scholarship in business and economic philosophy in the context of an East meets West”.
Xing, Yijun; Liu, Yipeng, 2015, Poetry and Leadership in Light of Ambiguity and Logic of Appropriateness
e. Kwok Leung Dissertation Grant
The Kwok Lueng Fund was created to commemorate the life and work of Professor Kwok Leung, and to continue his mission of supporting young scholars. The fund is intended to support Ph.D. students who need funds to collect data to finish their dissertations. The fund is open to all doctoral students doing Chinese Management research.
Financing for Social Entrepreneurship in China: An Exploratory Study
Kun Guo , Peking University
Pain Is Not Always Detrimental: An Integrative Consequence Model of Episodic Abusive Leadership Behavior
Zhenyu Liao, National University of Singapore
How Organizational Failures Influence Trust from the Public
Donna Jingdan Yao, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Some Things, If not All Things, Are About Change: A Time-Based Theory of Abusive Supervision
Lingtao Yu, University of Minnesota
Antecedents and Processes of Chinese Firms’ New-to-the-world Innovations
Zhijing Zhu, UNSW, Australia
f. Best Conference Paper Awards
i. Best Conference Macro Paper Award
This award is given to a paper that deals with organizational level issues including strategy, structure, international management, multinational corporations, organizational growth and development, firm-environment relationships, or firm performance, etc.
Committee Members of Best Conference Macro Paper Award:
Wei Shen (Chair), Arizona State University
Guoli Chen, INSEAD
Eric Tsang, UT Dallas
Painted with the Same Brush: Negative Reputation Spillover among Emerging Market Firms Listed in Developed Market
Xiwei Yi, Rice University, Weiwen Li, Sun Yat-Sen University
ii. Best Conference Micro Paper Award:
This award is given to a paper that deals with individual and group level issues within the organizational setting, including topics such as leadership, motivation, conflict, group dynamics, individual attitudes and performance, as well as cross-cultural issues at the individual or group levels, etc.
Committee Members of Best Conference Micro Paper Award:
Katherine Xin (Chair), CEIBS
Ya-Ru Chen, Cornell University
Wu Liu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Buffering or Exacerbating? Climate Effects on the Curvilinear Relationship between Abusive Supervision and Creativity
Riki Takeuchi, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Ruixue Zhang, Hong Kong U. of Science and Technology
iii. Best Student Paper Award
This award is given to a paper written by a student who is the sole author of the paper. Any topic is appropriate as long as the paper shows rigor in conceptualization and methods and contributes to new knowledge.
Committee Members of Best Student Paper Award:
Shu-Cheng (Steve) Chi (Chair), National Taiwan University
Bilian Ni Sullivan, HKUST
Xiaomeng Zhang, CKGSB
The Legacy of the Past: Multiple Historic Events and the distributions of Contemporary FDI Inflows in Chinese Cities 1842-2011
Jiangling Yi, Nanjing University
iv. Conference Theme Best Paper Award
The Conference Theme Best Paper Award is a new award recognizing a paper that best captures the theme of 2016 Conference “Culture and Chinese Management”.
Committee Members of Conference Theme Best Paper Award:
Xiao-Ping Chen (Chair), University of Washington
Ying-Yi Hong, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Amy Ou, National University of Singapore
The Dynamic Alignment of Multicultural Experience and Identities in Intracultural and Intercultural Negotiations
Leigh Anne Liu, Georgia State University, Li Ma, Peking University, Chei Hwee Chua, University of Miami, Zhixue Zhang, Peking University, Cordula Barzantyn ,Toulouse Business School
g. Conference Best Reviewers
The Conference Best Reviewers award is selected by the program committee based on the quality of the reviews on the submissions.
1. Sam Aryee, King’s College London
2. Zijun Cai, University of Western Australia
3. Song Chang, Hong Kong Baptist University
4. Yu-Syuan Chen, National Taiwan University
5. Zhijun Chen, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
6. Zheng Cheng, University of Kansas
7. Daniel Han Ming Chng, China Europe International Business School
8. Daniel Degravel, California State University Northridge
9. Carolyn Egri, Simon Fraser University
10. Hanqing Fang, Mississippi State University
11. Yuanyuan Gong, Nanjing University
12. Yaping Gong, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
13. Paul Hempel, City University of Hong Kong
14. Lu Jin, The University of Hong Kong
15. Huajing Li, Beijing Forestry University
16. Zhengyu Li, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
17. Yolanda NA Li, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
18. Hung-yi Liao, Xiamen University Tan Kah Kee College
19. Shenjiang Mo, Sun Yat-sen University
20. Stern Neill, California Polytechnic State University
21. Jian Peng, Jinan University
22. Ann Peng, Western University
23. Liyun Sun, Macau University of Science and Technology
24. Riki Takeuchi, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
25. Yanxia Wang, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
26. Xiaoye Wang, Tsinghua University
27. Lin Yang, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics
28. Jie Yang, York University
29. Xiaotao Yao, Xi’an Jiaotong University
30. Ting Yao, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
31. Shuyang You, Dongbei University of Finance and Economics
32. Yingjie Yuan, Erasmus University
33. Chen Yue, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
34. Kai Zhang, Renmin University of China
35. Jian Zhou, Nankai University
36. Haibo Zhou, University of Groningen