Awards received

Year Award Title
2017

Reiche, Harzing & Pudelko (2015) selected as one of 9 articles reprinted in Language in International Business. Developing a Field.

Why and how does shared language affect subsidiary knowledge inflows? A social identity perspective, (with Sebastian Reiche and Markus Pudelko), Journal of International Business Studies. Available online...
2017 Essential Science Indicators Highly Cited category (i.e. top-1% most cited papers)  Seven of my academic journal articles are in the ESI Highly Cited paper category, with one having a hot paper designation.
2016 Adler & Harzing (2009) article selected for AMLE Virtual Issue on Responsible Mgmt Education. A special collection of 30 Academy of Management Learning & Education articles in the new Principles for Responsible Management Education Virtual Collection.
2016 Top-25 most cited papers in expatriation 1990-2000 & 2001-2010. Kraimer, Bolino & Mead (2016): Themes in Expatriate and Repatriate Research over Four Decades
  • Harzing, A.W. (1995) The persistent myth of high expatriate failure rates. Available online...
  • Harzing, A.W. (2001) Of bears, bumble-bees and spiders: The role of expatriates in controlling foreign subsidiaries. Available online...
2016 Winner of the Journal of Global Mobility (JGM) Best Paper Award, EURAM 2016 Conference The Benefits of Being Understood: The Role of Ethnic Identity Confirmation in Expatriate-Local Employee Interactions, (with Shea Fan, Christina Cregan and Tine Kӧhler).
2016 2015 Research Excellence Award, IESE Alumni Association for best paper published by Faculty the previous year Why and how does shared language affect subsidiary knowledge inflows? A social identity perspective, (with Sebastian Reiche and Markus Pudelko), Journal of International Business Studies. Available online...
2016 Harzing & Sorge (2003) selected for an OS Perspective issue on Comparative Institutionalism Comparative Institutionalism. A special collection of nine articles in Organization Studies dealing with the general theme of Comparative Institutionalism. 
2016 Metz, Harzing & Zyphur (2016) article selected for a BJM Virtual issue on Gender in Management Gender in Management Research. A special collection of six articles in British Journal of Management dealing with the general theme of gender in management research.
2016 28th most prolific author in International Strategic Management 2000-2013 Trends in International Strategic Management From 2000 to 2013: Text Mining and Bibliographic Analysis. Available online...
2015 Two of my articles selected for a special JIBS collection; only author with two articles Language: A JIBS Collection. A special collection of twelve articles in Journal of International Business Studies on the general theme of language in International Business.
2014 #32 in the top-50 of leading authors in International Business 1995-2011 Contributing Institutions and Authors in International Business Research: A Quality-Based Assessment. Available online...
2014 The volume "Grandes Auteurs en Management International" devotes an entire chapter to my contributions in IB Les modes de controle des relations siege-filiales. Youngest academic featured in the volume, which also includes prominent IB researchers such as John Dunning, Peter Buckley, Christopher Bartlett, CK Prahalad, Sumantra Ghoshal, Geert Hofstede, and Edward Hall.
2014 Article contains one of the "100 sentences to remember" in the first 100 volumes of Scientometrics Document Categories in the ISI Web of Knowledge: Misunderstanding the Social Sciences? Available online...
2012 2011 International HR Scholarly Research Award from the HR Division, Academy of Management Why do international assignees stay? An organizational embeddedness perspective (with Sebastian Reiche, Maria Kraimer). Available online...
2010 Academy of Management Learning & Education Outstanding Article of the year [2009] award When Knowledge Wins: Transcending the sense and nonsense of academic rankings (with Nancy Adler). Available online...
2009

Harzing (2001) reprinted in International Human Resource Management, Sage Publications 2009

Who's in charge: an empirical study of executive staffing practices in foreign subsidiaries, Human Resource Management. Available online...

2009

Harzing & Noorderhaven (2006) reprinted in International Human Resource Management, Sage Publications 2009

Knowledge flows in MNCs: An empirical test and extension of Gupta & Govindarajan's typology of subsidiary roles, (with Niels Noorderhaven) International Business Review. Available online... 

2009

Harzing & Noorderhaven (2006) reprinted in International Human Resource Management, Sage Publications 2009

Geographical distance and the role and management of subsidiaries: The case of subsidiaries down-under, (with Niels Noorderhaven), Asia-Pacific Journal of Management. Available online... 

2009

Nominated for Carolyn Dexter Award

Nominated for the IMD best paper in HRM/OB/OT

Don't just say what you mean - contextualize it: A leadership study across 17 countries (with L. Zander, A. Mockaitis et al.)

Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA, August 7-11, 2009.

2008

Harzing (2006) reprinted in Cross-Cultural Management (in the Routledge series Critical Perspectives on Business and Management)

Response styles in cross-national mail survey research: A 26-country study, The International Journal of Crosscultural Management. Available online...

2008

ANZAM all-conference best paper award

ANZAM IM stream best paper award.

Getting Closer to the Action: Examining Leaders’ Behavioral Intent with Globe’s Leadership Dimensions across 22 Countries (with L. Zander, A. Mockaitis et al.)

Australian New Zealand Academy of Management, Auckland, New Zealand, 2-5 December 2008.

2008 Ulrich-Lake award for the best paper published in Human Resource Management in 2007 Country-of-Origin, Localization or Dominance Effect? An empirical investigation of HRM Practices in Foreign Subsidiaries (with M. Pudelko). Available online...
2007

Best paper in the International Strategic Management track

Nominated for the Temple AIB best paper award

HRM practices in subsidiaries of US, Japanese and German MNCs: transfer, adaptation or dominance. Available online...

Academy of International Business, Beijing, China, 23-26 June 2007.

2005 Best Paper Award in the International Management Stream

MNC Subsidiaries Down-Under: Victims of Their Geographical Isolation. Available online...

Australian New Zealand Academy of International Business, Melbourne, Australia, 10-11 November 2005.

2005 Roland Calori Prize for the best paper published in Organization Studies 2003-2004 The Relative Impact of Country of Origin and Universal Contingencies on Internationalization Strategies and Corporate Control in Multinational Enterprises: Worldwide and European Perspectives (with A. Sorge). Available online...
1999 Finalist for Barry M. Richard Best Dissertation Award 1999 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, IM Division, Chicago, USA, 8-11 August 1999.
1998 Finalist for Gunnar Hedlund Best Dissertation Award 24th Annual Meeting of the European International Business Academy, Jerusalem, Israel, 13-15 December 1998.
1994 Award for the Best Thesis Proposal 20th Annual Meeting of the European International Business Academy, Warsaw, Poland, 11-13 December 1994.
1983 Best student in Latin Katholieke Scholengemeenschap Etten-Leur, The Netherlands.

 

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