Roland Calori Prize
This prize has been created to pay tribute to Professor Roland Calori for his invaluable contribution to the three co-awarding institutions: Organization Studies, EMLYON Business School and EGOS. The prize of 2,000 is sponsored by EMLyon.
The Roland Calori Prize is awarded bi-annually for the best article published in the journal Organization Studies over the previous two years. The winning paper displays methodological quality and theoretical innovativeness and reflects the diversity of social science perspectives as they relate to organizations and the organized. In the spirit of Roland Calori's own work, the prize reflects pluralism in research traditions and diversity of paradigms.
In 2015, the Roland Calori Prize was awarded for the seventh time at the 30th EGOS Colloquium in Athens, Greece.
Roland Calori Prize 2015
Ignasi Martí and Pablo Fernández
Organization Studies, 2013, 34 (8), pp. 11951223
Roland Calori Prize 2013
Nina Granqvist and Juha Laurila
Rage against Self-replicating Machines: Framing Science and Fiction in the US Nanotechnology Field
Organization Studies, 2011, 32 (2), pp. 253280
Roland Calori Prize 2011
Galit Ailon and Gideon Kunda:
'The One-Company Approach': Transnationalism in an Israeli-Palestinian Subsidiary of a Multinational Corporation
Organization Studies, 2009, 30 (7), pp. 693712
Roland Calori Prize 2009
Anne-Laure Fayard and John Weeks:
Photocopiers and Water-coolers: The Affordances of Informal Interaction
Organization Studies, 2007, 28 (5), pp. 605634
Roland Calori Prize 2007
Lawrence G. Shattuck and Nita Lewis Miller:
Extending Naturalistic Decision Making to Complex Organizations: A Dynamic Model of Situated Cognition
Organization Studies, 2006, 27 (7), pp. 9891009
Roland Calori Prize 2005
Anne-Wil Harzing and Arndt Sorge:
Organization Studies, 2003, 24 (2), pp.187214
Roland Calori Prize 2003
On the Discursive Construction of Success/Failure in Narratives of Post-Merger Integration
Organization Studies, 2002, 23 (2), pp. 211248
EGOS thanks EMLYON Business School and the following persons for their contribution:
- In 2003, the committee members were Jose Luis Alvarez, Jean-Claude Thoenig & David Wilson.
The panelists were Elena Antonocopoulou, Juha Jaurila, Mitchell Koza, Kristian Kreiner, Kari Lijla, Ken Starkey, Antonio Strati, Arjen van Witteloostjuin & John Weeks.
- In 2005, the committee members were David Courpasson, Jean-Claude Thoenig & David Wilson.
The panelists were Ruth Aguilera, Michael Aiken, Michael Best, Elisabeth George, Kristian Kreiner, Christian Rouillard, David Seidl, Eero Vaara & John van Mannen.
- In 2007, the committee members were Jean-Claude Thoenig, David Wilson, David Courpasson & Eero Vaara.
The panelists were Ruth Aguilera, Elisabeth George, Kristian Kreiner, Christian Rouillard, David Seidl, Arndt Sorge, John Weeks, Andreas Werr & Michael West.
- In 2009, the committee members were Arndt Sorge, Jean-Claude Thoenig, John Child, Stewart Clegg & David Wilson.
The panelists were Andreas Werr, Christian Rouillard, Elisabeth George, Elena Bou, Kristian Kreiner, Ulla Eriksson-Zetterquist, Ruth Aguilera & Kari Lilja.
- In 2011, the committee members were Mike Geppert, Arndt Sorge & David Wilson.
The panelists were Elena Antonacopoulou, Mark Fenton-O'Creevy, Paul Gooderham, Michael Mayer, Ken Starkey, Kristian Kreiner, Glenn Morgan, Ian Taplin & Peter Walgenbach.
- In 2013, the committee members were Mike Geppert & David Wilson.
The panelists were Mark Fenton-O'Creevy, Paul Gooderham, Ian Kirkpatrick, Kristian Kreiner, Mairi Maclean, Michael Mayer, Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Ken Starkey & Peter Walgenbach.
- In 2015, the committee members were David Wilson & Mike Geppert.
The panelists were Mark Fenton-O'Creevy, Ian Kirkpatrick, Kristian Kreiner, Juha Laurila, Mairi Maclean, Michael Mayer, Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Ken Starkey & Peter Walgenbach.