Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Conflict Management Division awards!
Best Student Paper Award
Sponsored by the Dispute Resolution Research Centre, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Siyu Wu, “All-for-one or a free-for-all? On resource scarcity, team power dynamics, and performance“
Best Paper Award, Conflict in Context
Sponsored by Emerald Publishing & The International Journal of Conflict Management
Lisanne Van Bunderen, “Does organizational change divide or unite teams? The role of internal team power structures“
Best New Directions Paper Award
Sponsored by the International Association of Conflict Management & Negotiation and Conflict Management Research
Jung Won Lee and Mathis Schulte, “The structure underneath a team’s conflict: A network-based typology of intrateam conflict“
Best Empirical or Theoretical Paper Award
Sponsored by the Dispute Resolution Research Center, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Emma Levine, “‘I’m just being honest’: Ethical justifications enable interpersonal harm“.
Most Influential Article Award, 2010-13
Frank R.C. de Wit, Lindred Greer, and Karen Jehn (2012). The paradox of intragroup conflict: a meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97(2),360-390
Runner-up: Ryan Fehr, Michele Gelfand & Monisha Nag (2010). The road to forgiveness: A meta-analytic synthesis of its situational and dispositional correlates. Psychological Bulletin,136(5), 894-914.
Thank you to our Paper Awards Committee (Ann-Sophie De Pauw, Lukas Neville, Shimul Melwani and Jana Raver), and Most Influential Article Award Committee (Hillary Anger Elfenbein, Astrid Homan, Jeffrey Loewenstein, Robert Lount, and Cynthia Wang).