Anja Lambrecht and Catherine Tucker have won this year's prize for their 2019 work investigating algorithmic bias
Author: Charles Hofacker
The American Marketing Association’s Innovation, Technology and Interactivity Special Interest Group (“TechSIG”) and the Lazaridis Institute for Management of Technology Enterprises at Wilfrid Laurier University are extremely pleased to announce that the paper,
Lambrecht, Anja and Catherine Tucker (2019), “Algorithmic Bias? An Empirical Study of Apparent Gender-Based Discrimination in the Display of STEM Career Ads,” Management Science, 65 (7), 2966–2981,
has won the TechSIG-Lazaridis Prize for Best Paper in Innovation, Technology and Interactivity for 2019. The award is accompanied by a Prize of $1,500.
The Award will be presented at TechSIG’s virtual reception at Summer AMA, which will take place Thursday August 20 at 3pm Eastern [UTC-4].
Posted on behalf of the Award Committee,