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2016-37, October 17, 2016
Matt Sooy, Assistant Professor of Managerial Accounting and Control, has received the 2016 Outstanding Emerging Scholar Award from the Accounting, Behavior and Organizations (ABO) Section of the American Accounting Association. The award is given out once per year, to a researcher who earned his/her PhD within the last 3 years. The ABO section awards committee selected Matt as winner based on his dissertation which investigates how enforcing fault in sanctions shapes managers’ compliance. The award is hotly contested as the ABO section has about 800 members in total, virtually all of which are behavioral/experimental researchers, as is Matt. In winning the award, he beat out many others, including graduates of other top behavioral programs such as Cornell, Texas, Illinois, etc. He received the award at the section’s annual meeting, which was held in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Congratulations Matt!
Forthcoming Refereed Articles
Babashov, V., Begen, M.A., Mangel, J., Zaric, G.S., 2016, Economic evaluation of brentuximab vedotin for persistent Hodgkin lymphoma, Current Oncology.
Bansal, P., Song, H-C. (PhD Candidate), 2016, Similar but not the Same: Differentiating Corporate Responsibility from Sustainability, Academy of Management Annals.