Pondy award for best dissertation in organizational theory from the Academy of Management, the 2003 James D.
Thompson Award for best graduate student paper from the American Sociological Association, and the 2005 State Farm Doctoral Dissertation Award.
Marquis's research has won a number of national awards, including the 2006 William H.
Newman Award for best dissertation across the entire the Academy of Management, the 2006 Louis R.
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Proposals are limited to 15 pages, including all figures, tables, and references and should begin with an abstract of 150 words or less.He was a finalist for the 20 Aspen Institute Faculty Pioneer Award, a runner-up in the Academy of Management's Best Published Paper in Organization and Management Theory in 2009, and a finalist in the 2004 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition.Marquis has published in Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, American Sociological Review, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal, as well as a number of edited collections.We are pleased to recognize the winners and finalists of this competition and invite all eligible doctoral candidates to submit their work.Particularly meritorious proposals with a research focus in services marketing will be considered for this award.In general, any topic acceptable for dissertation research in these fields is appropriate.Each entry should be in the form of a dissertation proposal that includes the nature of the problem to be researched, relevant theory, hypotheses to be tested, method, analysis, and indicative references.These research projects build on Marquis's earlier work that analyzed how firm behavior is shaped by broader contexts such as embeddedness in geographic communities and how environmental conditions during founding periods leave a lasting imprint on organizations.In particular, Marquis's prior research examined the effects of these processes in the contexts of community-based social networks and the evolution of the US banking industry.Professor Botelho’s research interests include digital platforms and entrepreneurship, with a focus on questions related to careers, innovation, social evaluation, and strategy.In current work, he explores how factors unrelated to quality, such as gender and social influence, affect the ratings investment professionals receive.