Tag Archives: Best paper award

Indikon at the 16th EURAM – 2 papers nominated for the Best Paper Award

The annual conference of the 16th European Academy of Management (EURAM) took place in Paris, the beautiful capital of France. Rick Vogel and I had the opportunity to present two of our current research papers:

“How Influence Tactics and Trustworthiness of Reviewers Affect Authors’ Trust and Commitment to Peer Review” by Fabian Hattke, Isabel Bögner and Rick Vogel.
“Performance Indicators in Academic Research: Do They Improve Performance?” by Rick Vogel and Fabian Hattke.


Both papers were nominated for the best paper award in SIG 09 (Organizational Behavior) and SIG 11 (Public and Non-Profit Management).
We feel honored for the nominations and are thankful for the inspiring discussion possibilities that definitely will help us to improve our actual state.
We warmly congratulate the winners Jamie Lee Gloor and Bert George, Sebastian Desmidt and Eva Cools for the prices and hope to see them again next year in Glasgow!

For further information about the conference, please have a look at EURAM 2017 Glasgow

Best Paper Award

Congratulations to our IndiKon – teammembers!

Prof. Dr. Rick Vogel, Dr. Fabian Hattke, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Alfred Kieser and Jessica Petersen received the best paper award of the 18th Workshop Scientific Commission Higher Education Management.
The workshop took place on 25. – 26. February 2016 at the Hamburg University. The paper with the title “How do Articles Differ between Higher and Lower Ranked Journals? An Exploration in Management and Business Studies” reviews and summarizes the controversy about journal rankings and the literature on success factors in academic publishing. The authors examine the question if the theoretical diversity, interdisciplinarity or methodological orientation of an article affect its probability of publication in a certain class of journals, and if so, in which direction and to what extent.