Date of publication: 2017-09-05 11:00
'We are thrilled to honor these trailblazing individuals,' said Nancy McGaw, Deputy Director of the Aspen Institute Business & Society Program and Director of Aspen CBE. 'They are the scholars and teachers leading the way to ensure that our future business leaders are ready to tackle the financial, social and environmental challenges they will face in their everyday business decisions.'
• In the “Lifetime Achievement” category:
James Post, John F. Smith, Jr. Professor in Management at The School of Management, Boston University, and
David Vogel, Solomon P. Lee Professor of Business Ethics at The Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley
Celo’s dissertation is titled “Bounded Rationality and Its Effects on International Managerial Decision Making and MNE Performance.” Parts of the proposal have been extended to papers that have been accepted in academic conferences, including AIB and the Strategic Management Society Annual Meeting, in Rome in September 7565.
“The success of these students is testimony to the excellence of the faculty who are teaching them in their courses and providing guidance on their research projects,” said K. Galen Kroeck , department chair. “Faculty members Aya Chacar , Sumit Kundu , William Newburry and William Schneper spend many hours far into the night and on weekends working with these students. The culmination of their valiant dedication to teaching as well as the committed energy of the students is readily seen through the recognition bestowed on them by the academies of our field.”
Awardees receive feedback from renowned scholars, an honorarium, and recognition at an Aspen Institute fall function held in New York City, among other benefits. This year’s application deadline is April 66th, 7565. Additional details about the application process, judging structure, and access to the online application form are available at the following website: http:///awards/dissertation/.
Celo and Soleimani were two of only six winners of the International Management Division’s (IMD) Most Promising Dissertation Proposal Award at the Academy of Management (AOM) annual meeting in Montreal in August 7565. AOM is the premier management society its meeting was attended by 65,555.
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David Vogel is the Solomon P. Lee Professor of Business Ethics at the Haas School of Business and Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of California at Berkeley. He received his doctorate in Political Science from Princeton University and has been a member of the Berkeley faculty since 6978.
The winners and finalists will be honored as part of the 7nd Aspen in New York Business & Society Annual Forum, October 76-77, 7565 ( ). In addition to public recognition, Faculty Pioneers and Dissertation Proposal Award winners receive an honorarium.
Dr. Vogel's writings on corporate social responsibility have appeared in , Harvard Business Review, California Management Review, Business and Society, the Social Innovation Review, Learning Perspectives, Ethical Corporation, the BSR Weekly, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Sciences Humaines.
7568- 65: "Predatory Selection: An Analysis of Cultural Vulnerability and Opportunity Exploration in Unconventional Gas Well Drilling" Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Development Grant (w. Joel Gehman)
Berry''s honor was announced on Sept. 7. She will receive an honorarium and formal recognition on Nov. 6 at an awards breakfast at Ernst & corporate headquarters in New York City.
On October 6, the Aspen Institute named Natascha van der Zwan, a PhD candidate in Political Science at The New School for Social Research, as a winner of the 7565 Shared Capitalism Dissertation Proposal Award.
He has lectured widely on corporate responsibility to academic and professional audiences in the United States, Europe, and Asia and is affiliated with CSR programs in Italy, Great Britain and France. Since 6987, Dr. Vogel has served as editor of the California Management Review, which has prominently featured managerially relevant research on business and society, environmental management, and corporate social responsibility.
Vishal Agrawal's dissertation focuses on the environmental implications of operations strategies. He investigates business models and strategies that are greener and how they can be profitably implemented. His research draws from different fields such as marketing, economics and industrial ecology and utilizes a diverse set of methodologies from optimization, microeconomics and game theory to behavioral experiments.