I'm happy to let you know that the three MOR award-winning papers, which will be honored at the upcoming IACMR conference in Hong Kong (June 14-18), have been made free access! That means you can download them (pdf) for free until August 2023. Please take advantage of this generous offer from Cambridge University Press and check them out!
2023 MOR-PUP Best paper on Chinese Mgmt Theory Award:
Zhou, X. G. (2021). Chinese Bureaucracy Through Three Lenses: Weberian, Confucian, and Marchian. Management and Organization Review, 17(4), 655–682. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/management-and-organization-review/article/chinese-bureaucracy-through-three-lenses-weberian-confucian-and-marchian/AF98ACDAA0D80A4D4FFFB10CF0369BCB
2023 MOR RRBM Best Paper Award:
Hu, Y., Zhang, H., & Gao, Y. (2021). In Search of Optimal Distinctiveness: Balancing Conformity and Differentiation via Organizational Learning, Management and Organization Review, 17(4), 690-725. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/management-and-organization-review/article/in-search-of-optimal-distinctiveness-balancing-conformity-and-differentiation-via-organizational-learning/7F425F848ECB7CC8004E38E75E260578
Liu, F., Liang, J., & Chen, M. (2021). The Danger of Blindly Following: Examining the Relationship Between Authoritarian Leadership and Unethical Pro-organizational Behaviors. Management and Organization Review, 17(3), 524-550. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/management-and-organization-review/article/danger-of-blindly-following-examining-the-relationship-between-authoritarian-leadership-and-unethical-proorganizational-behaviors/71FF71B0D763E2F1DB85E690180FFFFB
Enjoy reading and citing these papers!
Xiao-Ping Chen, Ph.D.
Philip M. Condit Endowed Chair Professor in Business Administration
Fellow, Academy of Management
Fellow, American Psychological Association
Editor-in-Chief, Management and Organization Review
Executive Editor, Management Insights
Department of Management and Organization
Michael G. Foster School of Business
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
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