Emerging Scholar Awards
Emerging Scholar Awards
The Foundation for Enterprise Development in partnership with the Employee Ownership Foundation (EOF) and the Academy of Management (AOM) is pleased to sponsor the annual award for promising research by an emerging scholar in the domain of broad-based employee participation and ownership.
The purpose of this award is to identify innovative research in management or management-related disciplines that considers high-impact ideas in the context of business and society’s needs for employee empowerment, participative workforces, and wealth creation through broad-based equity and profit-sharing mechanisms, work practices, organizational structures, and innovation and entrepreneurial models.
The 2015 Emerging Scholar Award for Employee Participation and Ownership was presented to Byron Lee, China Europe International Business School. Byron already has an impressive publication record in top journals and is currently the principal investigator on a three year, Natural Science Foundation of China Grant examining the antecedents and consequences of profit-sharing in China. View Bio
In 2014, the judges selected Dionne Pohler, University of Saskatchewan, Assistant Professor at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. Here paper is titled, Balancing Efficiency, Equity, and Voice: The Impact of Unions and High Involvement Work Practices on Work Outcomes . View Bio
In 2013, three individuals received awards titled, "The Emerging Scholar Award in Employee Participation and Ownership" with sponsorship by the FED, AOM, EOF and EASi.
- Felice B. Klein, Michigan State University, Assistant Professor, Pay-for-Performance and Gender: An examination of the sorting and incentive effects. View Bio
- Adam Seth Litwin, John Hopkins University, Assistant Professor, Nose to Tail: Using the whole employment relationship to explain the (missing) El-Performance link. View Bio
- Elizabeth McClean, Cornell University, Ph.D. candidate, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Leader Behaviors and Employee Benefits: A comparison of two approaches to increasing improvement-oriented voice. View Bio
The Emerging Scholar Research Award for Employee Participation and Ownership attracts young scholars to the field of Employee Ownership. Piloted in 2009, the original program, Shared Capitalism through Employee Ownership dissertation proposal award was designed in collaboration with the Aspen Institute Business & Society Program, FED and EOF. Beginning in 2012, the Emerging Scholar Research Award was expanded beyond dissertation proposals and administered by the AOM, a leading association for scholars in management and organization.
Applications are due in February and are managed by AOM Human Resource division.
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Dissertation Awards - Left Pane
Shared Capitalism through Employee Ownership
International Dissertation Award
In partnership with the FED and the Employee Ownership Foundation (EOF), the Shared Capitalism through Employee Ownership Award was a newly created category in 2009 as part of the Aspen Institute Center for Business Education (Aspen CBE) annual Dissertation Proposal Award program. Read more about the award.
The purpose of this award is to identify innovative research in business or business-related disciplines that is concerned with the impact or effectiveness of shared capitalism and/or broad-based ownership strategies in combination with participative workplace practices. The 2010 winners will receive honorariums and recognition at an awards ceremony to be held in New York City on October 26-27, 2010.
The following five-member academic/non-profit committee panel evaluated the applications:
- Joseph Blasi, Rutgers University
- Richard Freeman, Harvard University
- Takao Kato, Colgate University
- Corey Rosen, executive director, The National Center for Employee Ownership
- Maureen Scully, University of Massachusetts, Boston
2009 Winner and Finalists
Daphne Berry, Winner
Francesco Bova, Finalist
Assistant professor of accounting
Joseph L. Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto
Formerly a doctoral student at Yale University
Mark Stanford, Finalist
Doctoral candidate at the University of Oxford, Linacre College