“Responsible Research in Management Award”

2020 Winners Webinar Series



Second Webinar: October 6, 2020, Tuesday, 1pm-3pm (EST)

Third Webinar: December 11, 2020, Friday, 1pm-3pm (EST)


We are delighted to honor this year’s (2020) “Responsible Research in Management Award” winners through a series of three webinars on Zoom. You are invited to attend and learn from the award-winning authors on how to conduct meaningful and publishable responsible research. Registration is required to participate (see Registration link below).

The webinar will be on October 6, 2020, Tuesday, 1pm-3pm (U.S. Eastern Time). The theme of this second webinar is “Labor, Management, and Society”. It will feature five Award winning papers (see below for the titles). Professor Jerry Davis of the University of Michigan will be our discussant and Professor Anne Tsui of the University of Notre Dame will be the moderator of this webinar.

We look forward to your participation in this existing webinar series to learn from our award winners and engage in an intellectual conversation on responsible research in management!

  1. Flammer, C., & Bansal, P. (2017). Does a long-term orientation create value? Evidence from a regression discontinuity. Strategic Management Journal, 38(9), 1827-1847. DOI: 10.1002/smj.2629
  2. Montgomery, A. W., & Dacin, M. T. (in press). Water Wars in Detroit: Custodianship and the Work of Institutional Renewal. Academy of Management Journal, DOI: 10.5465/amj.2017.1098
  3. Fan, G. H., & Zietsma, C. (2017). Constructing a shared governance logic: The role of emotions in enabling dually embedded agency. Academy of Management Journal, 60(6), 2321-2351. DOI: 10.5465/amj.2015.0402
  4. Dahl, M. S., & Pierce, L. (in press). Pay-for-Performance and Employee Mental Health: Large Sample Evidence Using Employee Prescription Drug Usage. Academy of Management Discoveries, DOI: 10.5465/amd.2018.0007
  5. Georgeac, O., & Rattan, A. (2019). Progress in women’s representation in top leadership weakens people’s disturbance with gender inequality in other domains. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 148(8), 1435-1453. DOI: 10.1037/xge0000561
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First Webinar: August 6, 2020, Thursday, 1pm-3pm (EST)

Six Award winning papers (see below for list) were presented in the August 6 webinar on the theme of “Entrepreneurship, social enterprising, and sustainability”.  Professor Jeffery Pfeffer of Stanford University was our discussant for the first webinar. Professor David Zhu of the Arizona State University was the chair and moderator of this webinar.


  1. Dean A. Shepherd and Trenton A. Williams. (2019). Spontaneous venturing: An entrepreneurial approach to alleviating suffering in the aftermath of a disaster.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press
  2. Eberhart, R. N., Eesley, C. E., & Eisenhardt, K. M.(2017). Failure is an option: Institutional change, entrepreneurial risk, and new firm growth. Organization Science, 28(1), 93-112. DOI: 10.1287/orsc.2017.1110
  3. Grimes, M. G., Gehman, J., & Cao, K.(2018). Positively deviant: Identity work through B Corporation certification. Journal of Business Venturing, 33(2), 130-148. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusvent.2017.12.001
  4. Kim, Y. H., & Davis, G. F.(2016). Challenges for global supply chain sustainability: Evidence from conflict minerals reports. Academy of Management Journal, 59(6), 1896-1916. DOI: 10.5465/amj.2015.0770
  5. Smith, W. K., & Besharov, M. L.(2019). Bowing before dual gods: How structured flexibility sustains organizational hybridityAdministrative Science Quarterly, 64(1), 1-44. DOI: 10.1177/0001839217750826
  6. Yue, L. Q., Wang, J., & Yang, B.(2019). Contesting commercialization: Political influence, responsive authoritarianism, and cultural resistance. Administrative Science Quarterly, 64(2), 435-465. DOI: 10.1177/0001839218770456