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AWARDS 2024

The PNP Division is pleased to announce our 2024 award winners. Congratulations to all and thank you to each committee member, chair, and sponsor.

Keith Provan Award
Kimberley Roussin Isett, University of Delaware

 

Best Journal Article Award

“Administrative Errors and Race: Can Technology Mitigate Inequitable Administrative Outcomes?” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 33, no. 3 (June 2023): 512–28. https://doi.org/10.1093/jopart/muac036.

Mallory Compton, Texas A&M University
Matthew Young, Leiden University
Justin Bullock, University of Washington
Robert Greer, Texas A&M University

 

Best Book Award

Governing Thirdness: State, Society, and Non-Binary Identities in Pakistan. Cambridge University Press, 2022.

Muhammad Azfar Nisar, Lahore University

 

Best Dissertation Award

The Different Consequences of In- and Outsourcing for Employees

Gustav Egede Hansen, Roskilde University

 

Best Conference Paper by a Public and Nonprofit Division Doctoral Student

"The Asian American Experience in the Federal Workforce: How Employees Navigate Racialization"

Emma Northcott, George Washington University
Sheela Pandey, Pennsylvania State University
Sanjay Pandey, George Washington University
Eiko Strader, George Washington University

 

Charles H. Levine Award for Best Conference Paper in the Public and Nonprofit Division

"Welcome, Innovation! A Meta-Synthesis of Artificial Intelligence Adoption in the Public Sector"

Simona Mormile, University of Salerno 
Roberta Romano, University of Salerno 
Gabriella Piscopo, University of Salerno 
Paola Adinolfi, University of Salerno 

 

Best International/Comparative Conference Paper Award

"A Place-Based Perspective of Cross-Sectoral Collaborations"

Lei Liu, University of Exeter Business School 
Angela Aristidou, University College London School of Management and Stanford Digital Economy Lab

 

Best International/Comparative Conference Paper Award Runners Up

"The Effect of Red Tape on Employability Competences of Teachers"

Jolien Muylaert, Ghent University
Adelien Decramer, Ghent University
Beatrice Van der Heijden, Radboud University Nijmegen 
Mieke Audenaert, Ghent University

and

"Efforts or Gaming: How Local Governments Respond to Performance Incentives and Bypassing Monitoring"

Xiao Tang, Tsinghua University
Zhe Deng, Tsinghua University
Mengke Guo, Tsinghua University

 

Top Reviewer Award
Ann Smith, Australian National University
Berta Terzieva, WU Vienna University
Emma Northcott, George Washington University
Gaëlle Cotterlaz-Rannard, University of Sussex
Julia Trautendorfer, Johannes Kepler University Linz
Katrin Bauer, TU Dortmund University
Magnus Emmendoerfer, University Federal de Viçosa
Maham Ali, The Ohio State University
Philine Van Overbeeke, Erasmus University
Shuyao Zhou, IE Business School

 

We look forward to celebrating with you in Chicago at AOM 2024!

AOM PNP Division Call for Papers: Chicago 2024

AWARDS 2023

The PNP Division is pleased to announce our 2023 award winners. Congratulations to all and thank you to each committee member, chair and sponsor.

Best Conference Paper by a Public and Nonprofit Division Doctoral Student
Anja Belte, Leibniz University Hannover

Best Journal Article Award
Elizabeth Linos, University of California, Berkeley
Krista Ruffini, Georgetown University
Stephanie Wilcoxen, The Behavioural Insights Team

Best Dissertation Award
Hanjin Mao, University of Houston - Downtown

Honorable Mention, Best Dissertation
Renzo J. de la Riva Aguero, University of Connecticut School of Public Policy

Best Dissertation ASBS-EMJ Adam Smith Tercentenary Award
Ulrick Roehl, Copenhagen Business School

Honorable Mention, Best Dissertation ASBS-EMJ Adam Smith Tercentenary Award
Inn Hee Gee, University of Oklahoma Price College of Business

Charles H. Levine Award for Best Conference Paper in the Public and Nonprofit Division
Janelle Kerlin, Georgia State University
Meng Ye, Georgia State University
Kelly Hall, The University of Birmingham

Keith Provan Award
Mary Ellen Guy, University of Colorodo Denver

Carlo Masini Award
Zhoulin She, Renmin University of China
Quan Li, Nankai University

Best Book Award
Akshay Mangla, University of Oxford

Top Reviewer Award
Michelle Allgood, Arizona State University
Philine Van Overbeeke, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus U.
Shuyao Zhou, IE Business School
Sonia White, University of South Alabama
Jill Davis, Ohio State University
Julia Andrea Trautendorfer, Johannes Kepler U. Linz
Manuel Weber, University of Liechtenstein
Sergej Ljubownikow, University of Sheffield
Timur Uman, Jönköping International Business School
Michael A. Card, University of South Dakota

We look forward to celebrating with you in Boston at AOM 2023!

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