IPSERA

International Purchasing and Supply

Education and Research Association

Awards associated with the Annual Conference

IPSERA 2020

IPSERA Best Paper Award: 

Petra Neessen, Marjolein Caniels, G.C.J.M. Vos, Jeroen De Jong (2020) Successful circular purchasing: about the purchasers’ role, behavior, drivers and constraints from an individual perspective

IFPSM Best Paper with Strong Managerial Implications:

Laura Van Hal, Cees J. Gelderman, Wim Lambrechts, Jos Schijns (2020) The impact of buying power on corporate sustainability - the mediating role of suppliers’ traceability information

IPSERA Best Reviewer Award:                                            
Andrea Patrucco, Penn State University, USA

IPSERA 2019

IPSERA Best Paper Award: 
Annachiara Longoni, Davide Luzzini, Mellie Pullman (2019) Managing supply chains for social impact: Insights from migrants work integration

IFPSM Best Paper with Strong Managerial Implications:
Alessandro Ancarani, Carmela Di Mauro, Giulia Crocco, Florian Schupp (2019). 
Learning to be risk averse: evidence from a multi-echelon supply chain

Jo Meehan, Bruce Pinnington and Demitri Kyriacou (2019). Modern slavery in asymmetric supply chains: Power plays through strategic ambiguity

NIGP Best Paper on Public Procurement:
Niels Uenk and Suvituulia Taponen (2019). Procurement practices for home care of Finnish and Dutch municipalities: a country comparison

IPSERA Best Reviewer Award:                                            
Stephan M. Wagner, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

IPSERA 2018

IPSERA Best Paper Award: 
Henrik Franke, Kai Foerstl (2018). Goals, conflict, politics and performance of cross-functional sourcing teams.

IFPSM Best Paper with Strong Managerial Implications:
Mattia Donadoni, Federico Caniato, Raffaella Cagliano (2018). Supply Chain Resilience: an earthquake investigation in the Italian Biomedical industry from a multi-tier perspective.

NEVI Zorg Best Health Care Paper Award:
Laura Menzies, Joanne Meehan, Nicola Harris (2018). Let and forget: a dilemmas perspective on contract governance in healthcare procurement

IPSERA Best Reviewer Award:                                            
Scott DuHadway, Portland State University, United States of America

IPSERA 2017

IPSERA Best Paper Award: 
Jörg R. Rottenburger, Craig R. Carter, Lutz Kaufmann (2017). It’s alright, It’s just a bluff: Why do Corporate Codes Reduce Lying, but not Bluffing?

IFPSM Best Paper with Strong Managerial Implications:
Rima Ayoub, Bruce D. Pinnington (2017). Rebuilding supplier relationships: an action research study of contract complementarity.

NEVI Zorg Best Health Care Paper Award:
Christine Harland, Carmen Hendy, Anne Touboulic, Yingli Wang (2017). Supply network social capital: a healthcare case study

IPSERA Best Reviewer Award: 
Kai Foerstl, German Graduate School of Management and Law 

IPSERA 2016

IPSERA Best Paper Award:  Jury Gualandris, Hervé Legenvre, Matteo Kalchschmidt (2016). A study of emergence and performance potential of purchasing ambidexterity.

IFPSM Best Paper with Strong Managerial Implications:
V
eronica Leon Bravo, Federico Caniato, Maria Caridi (2016). Sustainability assessment in the food supply chain: The case of “Grana Padano” cheese in Italy.

NEVI Zorg Best Health Care Paper Award:
Joanne Meehan, Laura Menzies, Michaelides Roula (2016). Aggregation versus value based procurement in public healthcare procurement.

IPSERA Best Reviewer Award: 
Kai Foerstl, German Graduate School of Management and Law 

IPSERA 2015

IPSERA Best Paper Award: 
Nadine Kiratli, Frank Rozemeijer, Ko de Ruyter, Tim Hilken, Ad de Jong (2015). Time for a climate change? Developing a measurement scale for team creativity in sourcing teams.

IFPSM Best Paper with Strong Managerial Implications:
Cees J. Gerlderman; Janjaap Semeijn, Niels Plugge (2015). The role of critical incidents in the development of global sourcing.



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