Best Sustainability Paper Award

The Bucknell Best Sustainability Paper is a new SIM paper award supported by Bucknell University. This award recognizes an exemplary paper accepted on the program that makes the greatest contribution to our knowledge of environmental or social sustainability.

2017 Winner:

Author(s): Sébastien Mena (Cass Business School - City Univ London)

Title: Unintended Consequences of Corporate Sustainability: Sustaining Social Inequality in Rural Côte d’Ivoire

2017 Finalists:

• Jeffrey Gauthier (State Univ of New York), Jeff Kappen, (Drake Univ), Rhetorical Strategies of Validity and Propriety: Legitimization of Genetically Modified Foods

• Joel Marcus (York Univ), Jason Roy (Wilfrid Laurier Univ), Values, Personality, and Sustainability Behavior: An Integrative Analysis

• Norman Sheehan (Univ of Saskatchewan), B-Schools are Failing Sustainability: Overcoming Threshold Concepts When Teaching Sustainability

• Dan Zhao (Univ of Michigan), Strategic Compliance across Public and Private Ownership: Drinking Water in the U.S.