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Awards and Honors

 

Daniel McCarthy Named University Distinguished Professor

Daniel McCarthy, CEM Faculty Fellow and D’Amore-McKim School of Business Professor, the highest rank that can be bestowed upon a faculty member. McCarthy is a renowned international business and management scholar and is consistently ranked as one of the most productive and influential practitioners in his field. He has consulted with domestic and international companies for more than 40 years. In order to be nominated, University Distinguished Professors must have earned international recognition and distinction for educational, artistic, and/or scholarly contributions that have made transformational impact on their field.

 

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra elected as Fellow of the Academy of International Business

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Professor of International Business and Strategy, was also named the Division Chair for the Academy of Management's International Management Division. He also became a reviewing editor for the Journal of International Business Studies.

 

Paula Caligiuri announced as the winner of the Applied Science Award for the Institute for Cross-Cultural Management

Paula Caligiuri, Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy, was also named Associate Editor of the Journal of International Business Studies. Additionally, Caligiuri became a member of the editorial boards of Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of Global Mobility, and Journal of World Business in 2016. She also placed as a Finalist for Best Article in Personnel Psychology. 

 

Ellie Banalieva was awarded the Emerald Citations of Excellent for 2016 for an article published in Journal of International Business Studies in 2013

Ellie Banalieva, Associate Professor of International Business & Strategy and Program Director, Master of Science in International Management, in addition to the accomplishment above, became the track Co-Chair for Emerging Markets for the Academy of International Business (AIB) as well as a panelist for the Junior Faculty Consortium at the AIB 2016 annual meeting. Further, Banalieva was named the recipient of the Family-Owned Business Institute Scholar grant.

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Ruth Aguilera was elected as a Fellow of the Academy of International Business; serving on the Board of the Strategic Management Society

Ruth Aguilera is a Professor of International Business and Strategy. Professor Aguilera's research interests lie at the intersection of international business, economic sociology, and organization studies. Her core areas of research are comparative corporate governance, corporate sustainability, and firm internationalization processes. In most of her work, Professor Aguilera relies on comparative research methods to conduct systematic analyses of economic organizations across countries, and most recently, she pays particular attention to the role that ownership plays in influencing governance practices and stakeholder relationships. Her main scholarly contribution is the development of theories of comparative corporate governance and the empirical applications and extensions of these frameworks.

 

Luis Dau was appointed as the Riesman Professor for 2014-2016

Luis Dau, Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy, was also an author for the Best-Selling Case in 2014-15, Ivey Publishing. Dau was a finalist, Copeland Best Paper Award and named to the Editorial Review Board,  Journal of International Business Studies and Global Strategy Journal.
 

 Mark Huselid became a member of the Editorial board, Human Resource Management Review

Mark Huselid, Distinguished Professor of Workforce Analytics and Director of Center for Workforce Analytics, current academic research and consulting activities focus on the linkages between HR management systems, corporate strategy, and firm performance. In addition, he also has an active research and consulting program focused on the development of balanced measurement systems to reflect the contribution of the workforce, workforce management systems, and the HR management function to business success. He has also been published in numerous journals.

 

 Anna Lamin was elected as Representative-at-Large, Global Strategy Track, Strategic Management

Anna Lamin is an Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy and a Strategy Matthew Eagan Faculty Fellow.

 

Sheila Puffer was named Visiting Scholar, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Additionally, she was a co-editor (with Daniel McCarthy), Special Issue of Leadership and Organizational Studies.
 

Ravi Ramamurti was named Chair, AIB Fellows’ Committee to select the 2016 International Executive of the Year

Additionally, he was named Author or co-author of the #1 “most downloaded”, #1“most cited,” and #2 “most cited” articles in history of Global Strategy Journal.
 

Chris Robertson was named a Member for the Fulbright National Screening Committee

Robertson is also the track Chair (Culture, social, and ethical issues), Business Association of Latin American Studies conference.
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Annique Un was named Chair, inaugural Academy of International Business Special Interest Town-hall sessions

Annique Un, Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy, was named a Member, Selection Committee for Best Paper for Research Methods award and was the Co-recipient, Research grant (65,000 euros) from Ministry of Economics and Competitiveness, Govt. of Spain.
 

Multiple Faculty Members

50th Anniversary issue of Journal of World Business featured following five D’Amore-McKim faculty members (out of 17 articles published): Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Ruth Aguilera, Allan Bird, Paula Caligiuri and Valentina Marano.

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Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra was a finalist for the Best Conference Paper Award from the Strategic Management Society in 2014

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Professor of International Business and Strategy, was the recipient of the Relevance for Practice Paper Recognition as well as the Best Reviewer Award from the Academy of International Business in 2014. Additionally, Professor Cuervo-Cazurra was a finalist for the Temple/AIB Best Paper Award in 2014. In 2013, he received the Certificate of Excellence in Reviewing from the Journal of International Management as well as the Best Publication Award from the D'Amore-McKim School of Business. Professor Cuervo-Cazurra has also been awarded the Patrick F. and Helen C. Walsh Research Professorship from 2013-2015.
 

Anna Lamin received the Ronald Copeland Best Paper Award from the D'Amore-McKim School of Business in 2014

Anna Lamin is an Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy and a Strategy Matthew Eagan Faculty Fellow.

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Denise Dunlap received the Best Paper Award by the Academy of International Business Northeast in 2014

Denise Dunlap, Assistant Professor of International Business and Strategy, was also a finalist for Best Emerging Market Paper at the Academy of International Business Conference in 2014.
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Grigorios Livanis was awarded Best Reviewer at the Academy of International Business Annual Conference in Vancouver 2014

Grigorios Livanis, Assistant Professor of International Business and Strategy, was also voted "Favorite Faculty" by graduating Northeastern seniors in 2013.
 

Luis Dau received the Academy of International Business's prize for Best Paper in the Latin American Chapter

Luis Dau, Assistant Professor of International Business and Strategy, has received multiple awards since winning best paper in 2013. He placed as a best paper finalist in the 2014 Academy of International Business Annual Conference and has been awarded the Joseph G. Reisman Research Professorship in the D'Amore-McKim School of Business from 2014-2016.

Elitsa Banalieva received the Bryant University prize for Best Paper in the Emerging Markets track

Elitsa Banalieva, Assistant Professor of International Business, received multiple awards at the annual meeting of the Academy of International Business in Washington DC in July 2012. Her paper, "Making the Most of the Second Best: Synchronization of Reform Rhythms, Slack, and Performance of Transition Economy Firms," received the Bryant University prize for Best Paper in the Emerging Markets track. Subsequently the same paper was awarded the Haynes Prize, which is given to the best paper written by an author under 40 years of age.

Distinguished Professor Ravi Ramamurti received the European Business School's prize for the Best Paper

Ravi RamamurtiDistinguished Professor of International Business, received the European Business School's prize for the Best Paper published on Innovation Management in 2011 for his paper, "Reverse innovation, emerging markets, and global strategy," co-authored with Vijay Govindarajan of Darmouth College and published in Global Strategy Journal. Other finalists at the competition held in Germany in June 2012 were oaoers by Jason Davis (MIT) and Kathy Eisenhardt (Stanford) published in Administrative Science Quarterly, and a paper by Oliver Alexy from Imperial College, London published in California Management Review.

Professor Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra received the 2011 International Management Division GWU-CIBER Award

Professor Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra received the 2011 International Management Division GWU-CIBER Award for Best Paper on Emerging Markets for his paper "Milking the Rich Cow Dry?: Cross-Border M&As by Developing Country Multinational Companies." Professor Cuervo-Cazurra was also nominated for the Best Paper award at the 2011 annual meeting of the strategic management society held in Miami in November 2011.

Professor Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra elected to the Executive Council of the Academy of Management's (AOM) International Management Division (IMD)  The Academy of Management has more than 19,000 members from 110 countries, mostly academics. The IM Division is one of the largest constituents, with almost 3,000 members. As a member of IMD's Executive Council, Prof. Cuervo-Cazurra will serve a five-year term that will include one year as Program Chair and another as Division Chair. Prof. Ravi Ramamurti served earlier in this capacity from 2003-2008. The election brings visibility and prestige to NU. In addition, Prof. Cuervo-Cazurra received a Best Reviewer award at the 2012 Academy of International Business Annual Conference in Washington DC. Prof. Cuervo-Cazurra is also the Reviewing Editor for the prestigious Journal of International Business Studies.

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Denise Dunlap selected and received a Certificate of Appreciation from UNCTAD

Assistant Professor of International Business, Denise Dunlap, was selected to advise the United Nations in the preparation of its 2011 World Investment Report on the theme of "Non-equity modes of international production and development." Professor Dunlap also received a Certificate of Appreciation from UNCTAD for her contributions at the seminar leading to the report. 

Cynthia Lee 2012-2013 Recipient 

Cynthia Lee was the 2012-2013 recipient (co-investigator with Helen Zhao and M. Susan Taylor) of the 2012 Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) small grant research for the study of "Employees' Attitudes and Behaviors in Leader Transition and Subsequent Organizational Changes." 

Sheila Puffer Awarded the Title of University Professor

Cherry Family Senior Fellow of International Business Professor Sheila Puffer was awarded the title of University Professor at the Inaugural Academic Honors Convocation in April. It is the highest honor Northeastern can give to a faculty member. Puffer's research focuses on the organizational and economic life in Russia and the former Soviet Union. According to the College of Business Administration, "she is ranked internationally as a leading business scholar."

Professor Luis Dau Receives Best Paper Honorable Mention

In March 2011, Professor Luis Dau was selected as the first runner-up from seven finalists for the Best Paper Award of the Strategic Management Society Special Conference in Rio de Janerio, Brazil. His paper, entitled "Reforms and Multilatinas," was selected based on a number of criteria from approximately 150 submissions, and focused on the internationalization strategy response of Latin American multinational firms to pro-market reforms, and how and why they establish multinational operations. Professor Dau argues that there are a number of benefits that these firms receive from this expansion, including improved knowledge capabilities, reduced costs, and increased profitability. In addition, he suggests that the benefits from this establishment are better in the short term when these multilatinas expand to less developed or developing nations, and better in the long term when the expansion is to more developed countries.


Professors Ravi Sarathy and Elitsa Banalieva Receive IMD Skolkovo Best Paper

In August, 2010, Professors Ravi Sarathy and Elitsa Banalieva received the IMD Skolkovo Best Paper Award for their paper entitled,"Boundaries of the Resources-Based View in the Context of Emerging Markets Multinationals." In this paper, Professors Sarathy and Banalieva ask: Does a market differentiation strategy enhance the performance of emerging market multinational enterprises (EMNEs)? Analyzing the relationship between relative differentiation advantage (RDA) and firm performance of EMNEs, they suggest that the theoretical predictions of the resourced based view (RBV) encounter boundaries in an EM context. 

Professor Jay Mulki Receives Best Paper Award

In October of 2009, the Society for Marketing Advances awarded Assistant Professor, Marketing Group and CEM Faculty Associate, Jay Mulki the Best Paper Award at their annual conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. The paper explores the impact that service quality has on customer satisfaction, loyalty and buying intentions by analyzing 83 studies and roughly 43,000 respondents. Professor Mulki’s research interests focus on business ethics, services marketing, personal selling,and sales management. In 2008, Professor Mulki was granted the Renfro fellowship based research achievement, quality of teaching and university citizenship.

Professor Harry Lane Receives Dual Award

In August of 2009, the Academy of Management awarded Harry Lane, Professor of International Business, Director of the Institute of Global Innovation Management, and CEM Faculty Associate,both the Academy of Management Review Decade Award and the International Management Division Outstanding Educator Award. Professor Lane received the Decade Award for an article he co-authored in 1999. The article, entitled “An Organizational Learning Framework: From Intuition to Institution” and published in the Academy of Management Review(Vol. 24, No.3), was recognized as the most frequently cited article over the last decade. The article has made a principal contribution to management scholarship, according to the Academy of Management. The Academy also awarded Professor Lane the Outstanding Educator Award, which acknowledges both distinction and innovation in teaching and contributions to international management pedagogy.