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2007. JOM Best Paper Awards. Winner. A behavioral study of supply manager decision-making: Factors influencing make versus buy evaluation . Susan Powell Mantel (Indiana U.). Mohan V. Tatikonda (Indiana U.). Ying Liao (U. of Toledo) . Honorable Mention Awards .

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2007

JOM Best Paper Awards

Winner

A behavioral study of supply manager decision-making: Factors influencing make versus buy evaluation

Susan Powell Mantel

(Indiana U.)

Mohan V. Tatikonda

(Indiana U.)

Ying Liao

(U. of Toledo)

Honorable Mention Awards

  • Impact of role in the decision to fail: An exploratory study of terminated projects
  • David M. Dilts (Vanderbilt U.)
  • Ken R. Pence(Vanderbilt U.)
  • Evolution in the strategic manufacturing planning process of organizations
  • Karen E. Papke-Shields(Salisbury U.)
  • Manoj K. Malhotra (U. South Carolina)
  • Varun Grover (Clemson U.)
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2006

JOM Best Paper Awards

Winner

Supplier-supplier Relationships in the Buyer-supplier Triad: Building Theories from Eight Case Studies

Zhaohui Wu

(Oregon State U.)

Thomas Y. Choi

(Arizona State U.)

Honorable Mention Awards

  • Convergence Hypothesis versus National Specificity Arguments
  • Manus Rungtusanatham (Arizona State U.)
  • Cipriano Forza (U. of Padova)
  • Balaji R. Koka (Arizona State U.)
  • Fabrizio Salvador (Instituto de Empresa)
  • Winter Nie (Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Mgmt.)
  • Role Change of Design Engineers in Product Development
  • Paul Hong (U. of Toledo)
  • Mark A. Vonderembse (U. of Toledo)
  • William Doll (U. of Toledo)
  • Abraham Y. Nahm (U. of Wisconsin - Eau Claire)
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2005

JOM Best Paper Awards

Winner

Plant Roles and Decision Autonomy in Multinational Plant Networks

Catherine Maritan

(Syracuse U.)

Aneel Karnani

(U. of Michigan)

Thomas Brush

(Purdue U. )

Honorable Mention Awards

  • Relationships Between Operational Practices & Performance Among Early Adopters of Green Supply Chain

Joseph Sarkis (Clark U.)

Qinghua Zhu (Dalian U. of Technology)

  • Strategic Purchasing, Supply Management, and Firm Performance

Injazz Chen (Cleveland State U.)

Antony Paulraj (Cleveland State U.)

Augustine A Lado (Clarkson U.)

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2004

JOM Best Paper Awards

Winner

The effect of supply chain glitches on shareholder wealth

Kevin B Hendricks

(U. of Western Ontario)

Vinod R Singhal (Georgia Tech)

  • The impact of human resource management practices on operational performance

Sohel Ahmad (St. Cloud State U.)

Roger Schroeder (U. of Minnesota)

Honorable Mention Awards

  • Organizational learning as a strategic resource in supply management

Tomas Hult (Michigan State U.)

David J. Ketchen, Jr. (Florida State U.)

Ernest L Nichols, Jr. (U. of Memphis)

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2003

JOM Best Paper Awards

Winner

Multiple Case Studies of Team Effectiveness in Manufacturing Organizations

Jeffrey LaPine

(U. of Florida)

Mark Pagell

(Oregon State U.)

Honorable Mention Awards

  • Unveiling the Structure of Supply Networks: Case Studies in Honda, Acura and Daimler Chrysler

Thomas Y. Choi (Arizona State U.)

Yunsook Hong (Arizona State U.)

  • Demand Chain Management in Manufacturing and Services: Web-based Integration, Drivers and Performance

Roy Westbrook (U. of Oxford)

Markham Frohlich (London Business School)

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