MGMT publication bonus

The department management team wants to recognise and encourage researchers who publish in top journals by granting a publication bonus of DKK 30,000.

From 19 March 2021, the publication bonus will be granted to researchers who publish in a journal rated 4 or 4* at the Academic Journal Guide https://charteredabs.org/academic-journal-guide-2021-view/

Authors can apply for the bonus when they have an acceptance letter from the journal. 

If the article has more than one author from MGMT, the bonus will be split.

The bonus can be used for research activities e.g. travel to conferences or workshops, student workers, data purchase etc.

Authors apply by sending the acceptance letter, title of the article and journal to Advisor Pernille Kallehave peka@mgmtm.au.dk.

Publication Bonus Grantees 2022

  • Andrew Parker, Christian Waldstrøm, Neha Parikh Shah: “The Coevolution of Emotional Job Demands and Work-Based Social Ties and Their Effect on Performance” is now published  In SAGE Journal of Management and the complimentary e-copy is available at https://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/8YA76F6DNYCXH84VI4Z9/full
  • Ekaterina Salnikova, Postdoc: "Engaging Consumers with Environmental Sustainability Initiatives: Consumer Global–Local Identity and Global Brand Messaging" Ekaterina SalnikovaYuliya StrizhakovaRobin A. CoulterThe article has been published in Journal of Marketing Research https://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/XDKPTQUR7HBNKRQV5FAJ/full
  • Simon Karg, Associate Professor Panagiotis Mitkidis; ”Collaborative cheating in hierarchical teams: Effects of incentive structure and leader behavior on subordinate behavior and perceptions of leaders” to be published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 

  • Niels Pulles, Professor Chris Ellegaard and Jasper Veldman; ”The interplay between supplier-specific investments and supplier dependence: Do two pluses make a minus?" accepted to be published in Journal of Management .

  • PhD Fellow Elbaek, Christian T.; Associate Professor Mitkidis, Panos; Aarøe, Lene; Otterbring, Tobias:“Honestly Hungry: Acute Hunger Does Not Increase Unethical Economic Behaviour” accepted to be published in Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 

  • Linda Argote, Assistant Professor Jerry Guo, Sae-Seul Park, and Oliver Hahl; The Mechanisms and Components of Knowledge Transfer: The Virtual Special Issue on Knowledge Transfer within Organizations" accepted for publication in Organization Science.
  • Assistant professor Sonja Perkovic, research assistant Martin Schoeman, Carl Johan Lagerkvist, professor Jacob Orquin: ”Covert attention leads to fast and accurate decision making” accepted to be published in the the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.
  • Professor Andrea Carugati: Jon Aaen, Jeppe Agger Nielsen & Andrea Carugati (2021) The dark side of data ecosystems: A longitudinal study of the DAMD project, European Journal of Information Systems, DOI: 10.1080/0960085X.2021.1947753

Publication Bonus Grantees 2021

 

The "old" Publication Bonus scheme 

This bonus scheme will run in a transition period till 1st June 2021.

The department management team wants to recognise and encourage researchers who publish in top journals by granting a publication bonus of DKK 50,000.

The publication bonus will be granted to researchers who publish in a journal found both at the department journal list and at the Financial Times Research Ranking list.

Authors can apply for the bonus when they have an acceptance letter from the journal. In 2017 and 2018, researchers can also get a bonus for previously accepted articles that get published online or in print during this period of time.

If the article has more than one author from MGMT, the bonus will be split.

The bonus can be used for research activities e.g. travel to conferences or workshops, student workers, data purchase etc.

Authors apply by sending the acceptance letter, title of the article and journal to Advisor Pernille Kallehave peka@mgmtm.au.dk.

Publication Bonus Grantees 2021

  • Assistant Professor Rahul Anand: "What happened when India mandated gender diversity on boards”, published in Harvard Business Review, 5th February 2021.
  • Assistant Professor George Tsalis:  "Seeing the issue differently (Or not at all): How bounded ethicality complicates coordination towards sustainability goals", accepted for publication in Journal of Business Ethics. Co-authors from MGMT are Jessica Aschemann-Witzel and Birger Boutrup Jensen.

Publication Bonus Grantees 2020

  • Jerry M. Guo: "Personnel Mobility and Organizational Performance: The Effects of Specialist vs. Generalist Experience and Organizational Work Structure", Organization Science  
  • Jacob L. Orquin:  "Uncertainty in learning, choice, and visual fixation", PNAS   
  • Michael S. Dahl: "Do startup employees earn more in the long-run?", Organization Science 


Publication Bonus Grantees 2019


Publication Bonus Grantees 2018

Publication Bonus Grantees 2017