| 29.04.2016

Hanken researchers win awards for publications

Hanken's researchers successful in the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence

The following Hanken researchers have won awards in the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence:Outstanding Paper AwardAssociate Professor Mats Ehrnrooth was awarded for his paper “Idiosyncrasy, heterogeneity and evolution of managerial styles in contemporary Russia” published in Baltic Journal of Management 2015 Vol 10 1 E. The paper was co-authored with Evgeniya Balabanova, Azer Efendiev and Alexei Koveshnikov.Postdoctoral researcher Mira Karjalainen, Dr Charlotta Niemistö and Professor Emeritus Jeff Hearn, were awarded for the paper "Unpacking the problem of research access(es): The case of large knowledge-intensive international consultancies" published in Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International Journal, Vol. 10 Iss: 3.Professor Tom Berglund was awarded for his paper “Regulatory response to the financial crisis in Europe: recent developments (2010–2013)” published in Journal of Financial Economic Policy 2015 Vol 7 1 E. The paper was co-authored with Santiago Carbó-Valverde, Harald A. Benink och Clas Wihlborg.Highly Commended PaperProfessors Kristina Heinonen and Tore Strandvik were awarded the paper “Customer-dominant logic: foundations and implications” published in Journal of Services Marketing 2015 Vol 29 6 E.Anu Helkkula was awarded for the paper “Service experience co-creation: conceptualization, implications, and future research directions” published in Journal of Service Management Vol. 26 Iss: 2. The paper was co-authored with Elina Jaakkola och Leena Aarikka-Stenroos.Christian Grönroos was awarded for the paper “The role of psychological distance in value creation” published in Management Decision, Vol. 53 Iss: 7. The paper was co-authored with Jonas Holmqvist and Duncan Guest.Citations of ExcellenceAssociate Professor Mats Ehrnrooth was awarded for the paper ”Talent or Not? Employee Reactions to Talent Identification”. The paper was co-authored with Ingmar Björkman, Kristiina Mäkelä, Adam Smale and Jennie Sumelius.