June 21, 2024


Imagination at work

Responsible Business Education Awards: full shortlists

Runner-up Jan Bebbington, College of Birmingham Henrik Österblom, Beatrice Crona, Jean-Baptiste Jouffray, College of Stockholm Carlos Larrinaga, College of Burgos Shona Russell, Bert Scholtens, University of St Andrews Accounting and accountability in the Anthropocene Runner-up Christopher Marquis, SC Johnson School of Organization, Cornell University Superior Organization: How the B Corp Movement Is Remaking Capitalism Runner-up Snehanjali Chrispal, Hari Bapuji, College of Melbourne Charlene Zietsma, Pennsylvania Condition University Caste and Group Studies: Our Silence Helps make Us Complicit Runner-up Steven Shepherd, Spears University of Organization, Oklahoma Point out University David Sherman, University of California, Santa Barbara Alair MacLean, Washington Point out University The Challenges of Military services Veterans in Their Changeover to the Workplace Runner-up Samantha Keppler, Jun Li, Di Wu, Ross University of Enterprise, College of Michigan Crowdfunding the Front Strains: An Empirical Study of Trainer-Driven College Advancement Winner Sendhil Mullainathan, College of Chicago: Booth, with Ziad Obermeyer, College of General public Wellbeing, Berkeley, Brian Powers, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Medical center, Christine Vogeli, Mongan Institute Wellbeing Policy Middle, Massachusetts Basic Hospital Dissecting racial bias in an algorithm employed to regulate the well being of populations Runner-up Tinglong Dai, Johns Hopkins University Carey Business enterprise School Guihua Wang
and Ronghuo Zheng, University of Texas at Austin Does Transportation Signify Transplantation? Influence of New Airline Routes on Sharing of Cadaveric Kidneys Runner-up Gunther Glenk and Stefan Reichelstein, University of Mannheim Economics of converting renewable electricity to hydrogen Runner-up Robin Ely, Harvard Company Faculty Irene Padavic, Florida Point out University Erin Reid, DeGroote University of Company, McMaster University Detailing the Persistence of Gender Inequality Really commended Alex Edmans, London Small business School Expand the pie Winner Yixing Chen, Mendoza Faculty of Organization, College of Notre Dame Ju-Yeon Lee, Ivy School of Small business, Iowa State University Shrihari Sridhar, Mays Small business College, Texas A&M University Vikas Mittal, Graduate School of Small business, Rice University Katharine McCallister and Amit Singal, College of Texas Southwestern Clinical Center Bettering Cancer Outreach Usefulness Through Targeting and Economic Assessments Runner-up Aurélien Rouquet, Jean-Baptiste Suquet, NEOMA Small business School Knocking sovereign buyers off their pedestals? Runner-up Karen Page Winterich and Gabriel Gonzales, Smeal Higher education of Business, Pennsylvania State University Gergana Nenkov, Carroll School of Management, Boston Higher education Being aware of What It Can make: How Merchandise Transformation Salience Will increase Recycling Runner-up April Wright, College of Queensland Alan Meyer, University of Oregon Trish Reay, University of Alberta Jonathan Staggs, Christian Heritage School Sustaining Spots of Social Inclusion: Ebola and the Crisis Division Runner-up Sarah Miller, Ross School of Business, College of Michigan Norman Johnson, US Bureau of the Census Laura Wherry, New York College Medicaid and Mortality: New Evidence From Joined Study and Administrative Data Winner Enrico Biffis and Erik Chavez, Imperial College Business enterprise University Alexis Louaas and Pierre Picard, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris Parametric coverage and technologies adoption in establishing international locations Winner Fiona Marshall, University of Sussex Small business Faculty Pritpal Randhawa, Ambedkar College Delhi Pravin Kumar Kushwaha and Pranav Desai, Jawaharlal Nehru University Pathways for Sustainable City Squander Administration and Lessened Environmental Wellbeing Hazards in India Runner-up Hannah Riley Bowles, Harvard College Bobbi Thomason, Pepperdine College Julia Bear, Stony Brook University Reconceptualizing What and How Females Negotiate for Career Improvement Runner-up Patrycja Klusak, Matthew Agarwala, Matt Burke, Kamiar Mohaddes, College of Cambridge Moritz Kraemer, SOAS Increasing Temperatures, Falling Ratings: The Result of Weather Change on Sovereign Creditworthiness Runner-up Sterling Bone, Utah State University Glenn Christensen, Brigham Young University Jerome Williams, Rutgers University–Newark Stella Adams and Anneliese Lederer, Neighborhood Reinvestment Coalition Paul Lubin, Lubin Exploration Shaping Tiny Business Lending Plan By Matched-Pair Secret Purchasing Runner-up Hari Bapuji, Snehanjali Chrispal, University of Melbourne Understanding Economic Inequality By the Lens of Caste Runner-up Anja Krstic, Ivona Hideg, Wilfrid Laurier University Raymond Trau, RMIT University Tanya Zarina The unintended implications of maternity leaves