Roland Calori Prize 2005
Anne-Wil Harzing and Arndt Sorge
'The Relative Impact of Country of Origin and Universal Contingencies on Internationalization Strategies and Corporate Control in Multinational Enterprises: Worldwide and European Perspectives',
Organization Studies, 2003, 24 (2), 187–214.
Roland Calori Prize 2003
'On the Discursive Construction of Success/Failure in Narratives of Post-Merger Integration',
Organization Studies, 2002, 23 (2), 211–248.
The selection committee for the Roland Calori Prize is headed by the chair of the Organization Studies Advisory Board and includes the incoming editor-in-chief of Organization Studies and one member of the EGOS Board.
The members of the committee select a short list of nine papers from all articles published in Organization Studies in the two previous years. The committee designates a panel of nine members, out of which five persons must come from outside the Editorial and Advisory Board of Organization Studies and the EGOS Board. From the shortlist of nine articles, the panel members choose the winner of the Roland Calori Prize.
EGOS thanks David Courpasson (EM Lyon) and the following persons for their contribution:
In 2005, the committee members were David Courpasson, Jean-Claude Thoenig and David Wilson.
The panelists were Ruth Aguilera, Michael Aiken, Michael Best, Elisabeth George, Kristian Kreiner, Christian Rouillard, David Seidl, Eero Vaara and John van Mannen.
In 2003, the committee members were Jose Luis Alvarez, Jean-Claude Thoenig, and David Wilson.
The panelists were Elena Antonocopoulou, Juha Jaurila, Mitchell Koza, Kristian Kreiner, Kari Lijla, Ken Starkey, Antonio Strati, Arjen van Witteloostjuin and John Weeks.