"Developing an Integrated Approach for Topic Modeling in Management Research"
Raphael Derstappen, WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management
Dries Faems, WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management
"Towards Temporal Causal Inference: A Review of Differences-in-Differences Applications in Strategic Management"
Jin-Su Kang, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University
Yi-Chieh Chen, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University
Nabangshu Sinha, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University
"Evidence on Social and Financial Performance: Mapping the Empirical Garden of Forking Paths"
Luca Berchicci, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Andrew King, Boston University
"Stuck in the Middle: Strategic Repositioning and Survival in Response to an Innovation Shock"
Woo-Yong Park, University of Nevada
Jackson Nickerson, Washington University in St. Louis
Lyda Bigelow, University of Utah
Cognitive Framing and Capability Development at the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Ryan Raffaelli, Harvard University
Tiona Zuzul, University of Washington
Ranjay Gulati, Harvard University
Jan Rivkin, Harvard University
Proposed by the Research Methods Community, the SMS Awards Committee approved the creation of the Research Methods Conference Paper Prize. This prize was first awarded in 2019 and recognizes research that is presented at the Annual Conference and introduces a new or improved method or exemplifies an adept application of an existing method. The prize recognizes studies that make significant advances to any type of methodology (qualitative, quantitative, or both) and methodological decision (e.g., sampling, design, measurement, analysis, modeling, etc.).
Nominated authors are invited to submit a full version of their submitted proposal for consideration. Their papers are peer reviewed and finalists are named prior to the conference. The winner will be honored at the conference with the SMS Research Methods Paper Prize and will receive an award of US$1,500. They will be presented with a commemorative certificate and recognition at the conference, usually during the awards luncheon.
"Eye-tracking Analysis of a Managerial Decision-making Process"
Juan-Pablo Torres, University of Chile
Andrés Musalem, University of Chile
Alejandro Hirmas, University of Amsterdam