|Accenture Advances in Public Management Award|
About the Award
The Accenture Award and its $5000 prize go to the best article published each year in the International Public Management Journal (IPMJ). The IPMJ publishes high-quality empirical and theoretical work on managing large organizations, particularly public organizations and features work from scholars around the world who conduct research in the areas of public management and government reform, comparativce public administration, organizational theory, and organizational behavior. All research articles in the IPMJ have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by two anonymous referees.
The award is presented annually at the Public and Nonprofit Division Bunisess and Awards Meeting held during the annual conference af the Academy of Management. The award decision is made by a distinguished panel of three leading scholars in the area of public management and organization science.
The current Panel of Judges
Panel of Judges for the first three years
Lotte BØgh Andersen and Thomas Pallesen:
"'Not Just for Money?' How Financial Incentives Affect the Number of Publications at Danish Research Institutions"
IPMJ Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 28 - 47
Deneen M. Hatmaker and R. Karl Rethemeyer:
IPMJ Volume 11, Issue 4, Pages 426 - 462
Note that our judging panel found both articles to be of high quality, and both make interesting contributions to their respective strains of literature. In the end the judges found them both equally deserving of the award.
Laurie E. Paarlberg:
IPMJ Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 201 - 231
Laurence O'Toole and Kenneth Meier
IPMJ Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 271 - 294