Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award

2014

The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to: 

  • Ernst-Jan Prosman, Kirstin Scholten, Damien Power, for their paper "Dealing with deliberately defaulting suppliers: An agency theory perspective".

The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to:

  • Sebastian Pashaei, Jan Olhager, for their paper "The impact of global operations on product architecture".
  • Stefania Boscari, Pamela Danese, Pietro Romano, for their paper "Effective lean knowledge transfer across manufacturing units in multinational corporations".

2013

The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to

  • George OnofreiBrian Fynes, Sean de Burca, and Evelyn Roche (University College Dublin, Ireland), for their paper: “Empirical Relationship Between Infrastructure Practices, Lean Practices And Factory Fitness: The Swift Even Flow Perspective”.

The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to

  • Karl J. GrajczykMarkus Amann, and Michael Essig (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany). for their paper: “Performance Effects Of Purchasing Category Strategy Alignment With Purchasing's Structural Configuration In Industrial Category Supply Management”.

2012

The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to

  • Andrea Stefano Patrucco, Davide Luzzini, and Stefano Ronchi (School of Management, Politecnico di Milano, Italy), for their paper:
    “Supplier and Purchasing Function involvement in NPD: What are the effects?”.

The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to

  • Andreas Wieland (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany), and Carl Marcus Wallenburg (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany). for their paper: “Strategies to Cope with Uncertainty: The moderating role of the supply chain position”.

2011

The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to

  • Justin Drupsteen (University of Groningen, NL) for the paper: ‘Integrative practices in hospitals and their impact on patient flow.’

The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to

 

  • Pairach Piboonrungroj (Cardiff University, UK & Chiang Mai University, Thailand) for the paper: ‘Supply chain collaboration, inter-firm trust and logistics performance: Evidence from the tourism sector.’
  • Boyana Petkova (University of Groningen, NL) for the paper: ‘Supply chain integration under resource dependence; How powerful buyers and suppliers shape integration as the value of the relationship rises.’

2010

The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to

  • Pichawadee Kittipanyangam (Institute of Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, UK), Yongjiang Shi, and Mike Gregory for the paper: ‘Food supply chain in manufacturing companies – An exploratory study on product and configuration.’

The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to

  • Yang Cheng (Centre for Industrial Production, Aalborg University, Denmark), Harry Boer, and John Johansen for the paper:
    ‘The servitization of manufacturing: A resource-based perspective.’
  • Jürgen P. Wagner (Massey University, New Zealand), Nigel P. Grigg, Robin MannMusli Mohammad, and Warwick Harvie for the paper: ‘Beyond universalism: continuous improvement in its socio-cultural context.’

2009

The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to

  • Zhijian Cui, Christoph Loch, Bernd Grossmann, and Ru He for the paper: ‘Matching Innovation Outsourcing Motivations and Innovation Providers: An Empirical Study at Siemens.’

The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to

  • Kirstin Scholten, Dr. Pamela Sharkey-Scott, and Professor Brian Fynes for the paper: ‘Supply chain management concepts and humanitarian aid agencies – an exploratory study.’