JGM Best Paper Award at EURAM 2014: The Awarded Authors and Papers

Congratulations to the winners who are Albert Kraeh and Fabian Froese for the paper entitled “Do expatriates suffer from burnout?”.  Both authors are from the University of Goettingen, Goettingen, Germany. The first runner-up is Maike Andresen for her paper entitled “The bright and dark side of job embeddedness: The role of job embeddedness in predicting job performance and OCBs of organizational and self-initiated expatriates”.  Maike is from the University of Bamberg, Bamberg, Germany. The second runner-up is Christian Linder for the paper with the title: “Expatriates’ symbolic leadership adjustment. An analysis of how culture affects expatriates’ use of symbolic interaction to lead when abroad”. Christian is also from the University of Bamberg, Bamberg, Germany.                

The Editorial Team of JGM acted as double-blind judges on the Reward Panel.  First Prize will include a cash prize of 200 and all awarded authors will receive award certificates, an invitation to be considered for publication in JGM and one year complimentary online access to the journal.

The award ceremony will take place at the EURAM 2014 Conference in Valencia, Spain, June 4-7, 2014 where the first session of the Expatriate Management Track will be the JGM Best Paper Award Session. 

See you there!

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