EDAMBA DOCTORAL THESIS COMPETITION 2023
Congratulations to winners - presented at EDAMBA Annual Meeting on September 4, 2023.
1st Prize Dr Martina Pocchiari
(Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Paper: “Managing Successful and Resilient Shared-interest Communities: The Role of Digitization Technologies and Disruptive Events”
Paper: “Alignment Between Firms and Board Directors: Implications For New Ventures”
Our thanks to the Committee and Team of Reviewers for their time and expertise in the important review process.
The EDAMBA Thesis Competition is designed to test Doctoral Students' ability to provide an overview of their Management Thesis in 5000 words (MT5000) to a community that comprises scholars management coming from different disciplines who use a variety of methods.
EDAMBA focuses on research in business and management and the following criteria:
• What is the contribution of the work to their field? Does the work contribute to understand and address important social challenges? Does the work contribute to understand and address important management challenges?
• Is the methodology sound?
• Are they able to present your work clearly, rigorously and concisely to a diverse management research audience?
The Thesis Competition was first launched in 2003. It aims at distinguishing high-quality doctoral dissertations which have significantly contributed to new knowledge in all areas of business studies and management. The top-3 peer reviewed abstracts are given prizes and the short-list of selected abstracts is published in this EDAMBA journal. With this publication, we hope to contribute to the dissemination of distinguished doctoral dissertations from throughout our network in Europe and worldwide.