2018 Awards

Each year we select several awards for scholarly submissions and one award for our OSCM Distinguished Scholar.

Our Chan Hahn Best Paper Award are selected from all papers submitted to that year’s annual conference, whereas the Best Student Paper Award is selected from all submissions where the primary author is a student, as reported by the authors. The program chair, based primarily on reviewer ratings, selects four finalists for both awards. Then, two committees of four OSCM scholars choose the winner for each award.

Our annual OSCM Distinguished Scholar award honors one leading scholar from our field each year. The OSCM Scholar is selected for their commitment to both significant service and leading scholarship in the field. There is a standing committee, which periodically rotates, that selects these individuals. One member of this committee is the division-chair elect, and another is the past division chair.

2018 OSCM Distinguished Scholar Award

Craig Carter, Arizona State University
Daniel R. Guide, Jr., The Penn State University


2018 Chan Hahn Best Award

Winner:  Gender Pairing and Cooperative Behavior: An Experimental Study

Siqi Ma, U. of Akron; John Aloysius, U. of Arkansas Sam M. Walton College of Business; Li Hao, U. of Arkansas


Sources of Supply Chain Risk: External Environmental Factors or Strategic Choice? Michael Westerburg, Mannheim U.; Christoph Bode, Mannheim U.

Mitigating Unwarranted Forecasting Behavior in the Newsvendor Task Niranjan T. Tarikere, Indian institute of Technology Bombay; Narendra Ghosalya, Fisher College of Business; Srinagesh Gavirneni, Cornell U.; Jayanth Jayaram, U. of South Carolina

Management Temporal Orientation: Linking Operational Investment to Corporate Social Responsibility Iuri Gavronski, UNISINOS U.; Robert D Klassen, U. of Western Ontario; P Fraser Johnson, U. of Western Ontario; Fernando Naranjo, U. of Western Ontario


2018 Best Student Paper

Winner: Partnering with New Venture Suppliers: A Dynamic Capabilities Approach
Stefan Kurpjuweit, ETH Zurich


More than reputation losses? Financial consequences from supply chain sustainability risks Ivana Mateska, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETH; Christian Busse, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETH; Andrew Philip Kach, Willamette U.; Stephan M. Wagner, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETH

Increasing Order Volume through Sustainable Reputation: A Study on Buyer-Supplier Relationships Dagmar Reinerth, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETH; Christian Busse, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETH; Stephan Wagner, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETH

Wrangling, Schizophrenia and Momentum: Vertical Competitive Dynamics in Value Chain (re)configuration Sebastian Stabenow, U. of Antwerp; Sascha Albers, U. of Antwerp; Jost Daft

2018 Best Reviewer Award

Scott DuHadway, Portland State University
Yingchao Lan, The Ohio State University
Alan Mackelprang, Georgia Southern University
Chee Yew Wong, University of Leeds


2018 Distinguished Service to OSCM Division

John Gray, The Ohio State University