JAMS Sheth Best Paper Award
Rajan Varadarajan has won this award for his 2017 paper on Innovating for sustainability
2017 JAMS Sheth Foundation Best Paper Award
Each year, JAMS selects a paper published in the preceding year to receive the Sheth Foundation Best Paper Award. Based on a shortlist selected by the Area Editors of the top 10 papers published in JAMS in 2017, the journal’s Editorial Review Board voted the paper “Innovating for sustainability: a framework for sustainable innovations and a model of sustainable innovations orientation” by Rajan Varadarajan as the 2017 best paper winner.
The shortlist of finalists for the award included:
- Innovating for sustainability: a framework for sustainable innovations and a model of sustainable innovations orientation” by Rajan Varadarajan (winner) (vol. 45, issue 1, pp 14–36)
- Firm capabilities and growth: the moderating role of market conditions” by Hui Feng, Neil Morgan, and Lopo Rego (vol. 45, issue 1, pp 76–92)
- The role of data privacy in marketing” by Kelly Martin and Patrick Murphy (vol. 45, issue 2, pp 135–155)
- Event study methodology in the marketing literature: an overview” by Alina Sorescu, Nooshin Warren, and Larisa Ertekin (vol. 45, issue 2, pp 186–207)
- Synergistic effects of social media and traditional marketing on brand sales: capturing the time-varying effects” by V Kumar, JeeWon Brianna Choi, and Mallik Greene (vol. 45, issue 2, pp 268–288)
- Customer engagement: the construct, antecedents, and consequences” by Anita Pansari and V Kumar (vol. 45, issue 3, pp 294–311)
- When and why do customer solutions pay off in business markets?” by Stefan Worm, Sundar Bharadwaj, Wolfgang Ulaga, and Werner Reinartz (vol. 45, issue 4, pp 490–512)
- Do loyal customers really pay more for services?” by Nita Umashankar, Yashoda Bhagwat, and V Kumar (vol. 45, issue 6, pp 807–826)
- Augmenting the eye of the beholder: exploring the strategic potential of augmented reality to enhance online service experiences” by Tim Hilken, Ko de Ruyter, Matthew Chylinski, Dominik Mahr, and Debbie Keeling (vol. 45, issue 6, pp 884–905)
- Technology-driven service strategy” by Ming-Hui Huang and Roland Rust (vol. 45, issue 6, pp 906–924)
The winning author will receive a plaque at the 2018 AMS conference awards luncheon in New Orleans.
All articles published in volume 45 were eligible for this award; the full volume, as well as the entire JAMS archive, is available on SpringerLink, where access is always free for AMS members. See www.springer.com/jams.
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