Best published paper awards

Furthering its goal of promoting research and helping to advance the quality of its research, the SEB LU has established an annual awards programme.

The award is open to article authors from the SEB LU. The criteria for the award are based on the relative ranking of the journals in which the articles were published, listed in the Social Science Citation (SSCI) and Science Citation Index (SCI) as defined by Thomson Reuters.

The award is given annually for the best article published in the previous calendar year.

Awards for the best articles published in 2019

  • Mihelič, K. K., Culiberg, B. (2019). Reaping the fruits of another's labor: the role of moral meaningfulness, mindfulness, and motivation in social loafing. Journal of business ethics, 160(3), 713-727.
  • Kaše, R., Saksida, T., Mihelič, K. K (2019). Skill development in reverse mentoring: motivational processes of mentors and learners. Human resource management, 58(1), 57-69.
  • Harrison, S., Carlsen, A., Škerlavaj, M.Marvel's blockbuster machine. Harvard business review, 97(4),

Awards for the best articles published in 2018

  • Hrovatin, N., Zorić, J. (2018). Determinants of energy-efficient home retrofits in Slovenia: the role of information sources. Energy and buildings,180, 42-50.
  • Jakšič, M., Fransoo, J. C. (2018). Dual sourcing in the age of near-shoring : trading off stochastic capacity limitations and long lead times. European journal of operational research, 267( 1), 150-161.
  • Nerstad, C. G. L., Searle, R., Černe, M., Dysvik, A., Škerlavaj, M., Scherer, R. (2018). Perceived mastery climate, felt trust, and knowledge sharing. Journal of organizational behavior, 39( 4), 429-447.

Awards for the best articles published in 2017

  • 1st Award: CULIBERG, Barbara, MIHELIČ, Katarina Katja (2017). The evolution of whistleblowing studies: a critical review and research agenda. Journal of business ethics, 143(4), 787-803.
  • 1st Award: BATISTIČ, Saša, ČERNE, Matej, VOGEL, Bernd (2017). Just how multi-level is leadership research?: a document co-citation analysis 1980-2013 on leadership constructs and outcomes. The Leadership quarterly: an international journal of political, social and behavioral science, 28(1), 86-103.
  • 1st Award: HAGSTEN, Eva, KOTNIK, Patricia (2017). ICT as facilitator of internationalisation in small- and medium-sized firms. Small business economics, 48(2), 431-446.

Awards for the best articles published in 2016

  • 1st Award: TASSABEHJI, Rana, HACKNEY, Raymond, POPOVIČ, Aleš (2016). Emergent digital era governance : enacting the role of the 'institutional entrepreneur' in transformational change. Government information quarterly : an international journal of policies, resources, services, and practices, Apr. 2016, Vol. 33, Iss. 2, str. 223-236.
  • 2nd Award: DOMADENIK, Polona, PRAŠNIKAR, Janez, SVEJNAR, Jan (2016). Political connectedness, corporate governance, and firm performance. Journal of business ethics, Dec. 2016, Vol. 139, Iss. 2, str. 411-428.
  • 2nd Award: KOS KOKLIČ, Mateja, KUKAR-KINNEY, Monika, VIDA, Irena (2016). Three-level mechanism of consumer digital piracy : development and cross-cultural validation. Journal of business ethics, 2016, Vol. 134, Iss. 1, str. 15-27.

Awards for the best articles published in 2015

  • ŽUPIČ, Ivan, ČATER, Tomaž. Bibliometric methods in management and organization. Organizational research methods, ISSN 1094-4281, 2015, vol. 18, iss. 3, str. 429-472.
  • ŠTIGLIC, Mitja, AGATZ, Niels, SAVELSBERGH, Martin, GRADIŠAR, Miro. The benefits of meeting points in ride-sharing systems. Transportation research. Part B, Methodological, ISSN 0191-2615. [Print ed.], Dec. 2015, vol. 82, str. 36-53.

Awards for the best articles published in 2014

  • 1st Award: ČERNE, Matej, NERSTAD, Christina G. L., DYSVIK, Anders, ŠKERLAVAJ, Miha (2014). What goes around comes around : knowledge hiding, perceived motivational climate, and creativity. ISSN 0001-4273 ; 2014:57(1)172-192 Academy of Management journal. ISSN 0001-4273 ; 2014:57(1)172-192. DOI: 10.5465/amj.2012.0122
  • 1st Award: MARQUES DA SILVA, Carlos, TRKMAN, Peter (2014). Business model : what it is and what it is not. Long range planning.,47(6)379-389. DOI:10.1016/j.lrp.2013.08.004
  • 1st Award: LEE, Ronald, MASON, Andrew, SAMBT, Jože, et al. (2014) Is low fertility really a problem? : population aging, dependency, and consumption. Science, ISSN 1095-9203; 346( 6206)229-234. DOI: 10.1126/science.1250542

Awards for the best articles published in 2013:

  • 1st Award: SHARIFI TEHRANI, Mohammad, VERBIČ, Miroslav, CHUNG, Jin Young (2013). An analysis of adopting dual pricing for museums : the case of the national museum of Iran. Annals of tourism research. 43, 58-80. DOI: 10.1016/j.annals.2013.04.001
  • 2nd Award: KNEŽEVIĆ CVELBAR, Ljubica, DWYER, Larry (2013). An importance-performance analysis of sustainability factors for long-term strategy planning in Slovenian hotels. Journal of sustainable tourism. 21(3) 487-504. DOI: 10.1080/09669582.2012.713965

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