PAPER AWARDS OF 2019
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences is very proud to announce the 2019 Best Paper Award and Honorable Mentions, as a measure to encourage the publishing of high-quality papers in the journal. The Editorial Advisory Board carefully evaluated those papers according to their originality, contributions to the field and quality of presentation. Finally the Paper Award Committee, based on the recommendations from the reviewers, selected the following awards:
BEST PAPER AWARDS OF 2019
Bui K. Petersen & Dianne P. Ford (Memorial University of Newfoundland), Are business students prepared for the world of business? Self-interest, conformity and conflict styles ,Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 36(4), 498–513.
Christopher Poile (University of Saskatchewan), When power hurts: Task-dependent resource control creates temporary discomfort that motivates helping behaviour,Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 36(3), 350–362.
HONORABLE MENTION 2019
Hae Joo Kim (Wilfrid Laurier University), Melanie A. Dempsey (Ryerson University), Processing difficulty increases perceived competence of brand acronyms,Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 36(1), 47–56.
Let us congratulate the authors for their significant contributions. They should be very proud of their achievements in a competitive pool of more than 500 submissions in 2019.