Review award winning work from the AMA journals
Interorganizational Lifetime Achievement Award
The 2019 AMA IOSIG lifetime award recipient is Professor James R. Brown, a Professor Emeritus of Department of Marketing in the John Chambers College of Business & Economics at West Virginia University, USA.
Selling and Sales Management SIGS Lifetime Achievement Award
The 2019 SalesSIG lifetime achievement recipient is Jagdip Singh, AT&T Professor of Marketing, Co-Director of MSM-Business Analytics Program, and Professor of Design & Innovation, Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.
Marinova, D., Singh, S. K., & Singh, J. (2018). Frontline Problem-Solving Effectiveness: A Dynamic Analysis of Verbal and Nonverbal Cues. Journal of Marketing Research, 55(2), 178–192.
Marketing for Higher Education SIG Lifetime Achievement Award
V Kumar is the recipient of the Marketing for Higher Education SIG’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Sharma, A., Kumar, V., & Cosguner, K. (2019). Modeling Emerging-Market Firms’ Competitive Retail Distribution Strategies. Journal of Marketing Research, 56(3), 439–458.
MASSIG Lifetime Achievement Award
Craig Andrews is Professor and Charles H. Kellstadt Chair in Marketing, Marquette University, and winner of the 2019 Marketing and Society SIG Lifetime Achievement Award. Winners of this annual award have contributed a significant body of work in developing and advancing research in the Marketing and Society, Public Policy, and/or the Marketing Ethics areas. This award is given to individuals who exemplify outstanding scholarship in these fields.
Netemeyer, R. G., Burton, S., Andrews, J. C., & Kees, J. (2016). Graphic Health Warnings on Cigarette Packages: The Role of Emotions in Affecting Adolescent Smoking Consideration and Secondhand Smoke Beliefs. Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 35(1), 124–143.
Significant Contributions to Global Marketing Award
The Global Marketing SIG is pleased to announce that David A. Griffith is the recipient of the 2019 Significant Contributions to Global Marketing Award. The Significant Contributions Award honors a scholar who has contributed significantly to the field of global marketing.
Lee, H. S., & Griffith, D. A. (2019). The Balancing of Country-Based Interaction Orientation and Marketing Strategy Implementation Adaptation/Standardization for Profit Growth in Multinational Corporations. Journal of International Marketing, 27(2), 22–37.
Churchill Award for Lifetime Contributions to Marketing Research
The Marketing Research SIG Award Committee has selected Gerard J. Tellis as the recipient of the 2019 Churchill Award for Lifetime Contributions to Marketing Research.
The Churchill award recognizes an individual’s contribution to marketing research including new methodologies, seminal publications, books, awards and other notable contributions.
Tellis, G. J., MacInnis, D. J., Tirunillai, S., & Zhang, Y. (2019). What Drives Virality (Sharing) of Online Digital Content? The Critical Role of Information, Emotion, and Brand Prominence. Journal of Marketing, 83(4), 1–20.
Sport & Sponsorship-Linked Marketing SIG Paper of the Year
Mazodier, Henderson, & Beck’s JM is “Paper of the Year”
The group’s “Paper of the Year” in Sport Marketing is entitled “The long reach of sponsorship: How fan isolation and identification jointly shape sponsorship performance.” Published in the Journal of Marketing in 2018, the paper was authored by Marc Mazodier, Conor M. Henderson, and Joshua T. Beck
Published in the Journal of Marketing, the results of Mazodier, Henderson, and Beck (2018) suggest that in today’s digital era sponsors should prioritize fans who have been commonly ignored: highly identified fans who are out-of-market. Such fans may be even more motivated to both buy team goods and actively choose products from sponsoring brands. The results of a series of experiments involving fans of the English Premier League, the Los Angeles Lakers, Paris Saint Germain, and the National Football League recommend that sponsors should microtarget fans by audience location and interests on social platforms to achieve various sponsorship-linked marketing objectives.
Entrepreneurial Marketing SIG Gerald E. Hills Best Paper Award
Nicole Coviello and Richard Joseph have won the EM SIG‘s Gerald E. Hills Best Paper Award for their 2012 JM article:
Coviello, N. E., & Joseph, R. M. (2012). Creating Major Innovations with Customers: Insights from Small and Young Technology Firms. Journal of Marketing, 76(6), 87–104.