Congratulations to the Authors of the GOM Best Papers for 2011 -
DeVaughn, Michael L. & Leary, Myleen M. (2010). Antecedents of Failure for Newly Chartered Banks in the U.S. Banking Industry. Group & Organization Management, 35: 666-695.
van Emmerik, Hetty, Gardner, William L., Wendt, Hein & Fischer, Dawn (2010). Associations of Culture and Personality with McClelland's Motives: A Cross-Cultural Study of Managers in 24 Countries. Group & Organization Management, 35: 329-367.
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