Research awards

The Goodman School of Business Researcher Awards and Department Awards recognize research excellence among faculty members. Our faculty has also distinguished itself through external research awards.

Goodman Research Award Winners

Distinguished Researcher Award

Narongsak (Tek) Thongpapanl
Department of Marketing, International Business & Strategy

The Goodman School of Business Distinguished Researcher Award recognizes research excellence among tenured faculty members in the Goodman School of Business. The recipient is selected based on excellence in research as reflected in the quality and quantity of refereed publications, grants, awards, and other research-related activities accomplished in the previous five academic years as reported in annual reports and the latest CV.

Untenured Researcher of the Year Award 

Shawna Chen
Department of Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources Management, Entrepreneurship and Ethics

The Goodman School of Business Untenured Researcher of the Year Award recognizes research excellence among untenured faculty members in the Goodman School of Business. The recipient is selected based on excellence in research as reflected in the quality and quantity of refereed publications, grants, awards, and other research-related activities accomplished in the previous academic year.

Department Research Awards Winners

Finance, Operations & Information Systems (FOIS)

Eugene Kaciak

Marketing, International Business & Strategy (MIBS)

Kai-Yu Wang

Accounting

Tanya Tang

Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship & Ethics (OBHREE)

Dirk De Clercq

Other Research Awards

Eugene Kaciak (department of FOIS) won the Best Paper Award at the Global Innovation and Knowledge Academy (GIKA) 2017 Conference for his coauthored paper “Determinants of women entrepreneurs’ firm performance in a challenging environment: evidence from Egypt.”

Peter Yannopoulos’ (department of MIBS) paper, entitled “Segmenting the Greek Football Market,” won the best paper award for the marketing area at the 10th Asia-Pacific Business and Humanities Conference held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in February 2016.

Antonia Mantonakis (department of MIBS) won the 2015 Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences Honourable Mention Award for her coauthored paper “Is “getting started” an effective way for people to overcome the depletion effect?

Marshall Jiang (department of MIBS) won the Best Paper award in the Marketing Division at the ASAC 2016 conference, Edmonton, Alberta, for his paper “Environmental Conditions on R&D and Innovation Performance.

Kai-Yu Wang (department of MIBS) won the Best Paper award at the 2016 Global Marketing Conference in Hong Kong for his coauthored paper “Investigating the Development of Brand Loyalty in Brand Communities from a Positive Psychology Perspective.

Michael Armstrong (dept. of FOIS) won a $17,000 Endeavour Research Fellowship from the Australian Department of Education and Training.  It will support his travel and living expenses for a 4-month stay at the Canberra branch campus of the University of New South Wales to conduct research at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.