ERIM Dissertation Award


The ERIM Dissertation Award is handed out to the PhD who published the best dissertation in the ERIM PhD Series in Management in the preceding year. The winner of the award is selected by an academic committee consisting of the Scientific Directors of CentER (Tilburg University), METEOR (University of Maastricht) and SOM (University of Groningen). All these research schools are accredited by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).

Winners of the ERIM Dissertation Award

2016 Ioannis Evangelidis
Preference Construction under Prominence
(Defended on June 12, 2015)
2015 Ivana Naumovska 
Socially Situated Financial Markets- A Neo-Behavioral Perspective on Firms, Investors and Practices.
(Defended on September 18, 2014)
2014  Joris Kil 
Acquisitions Through a Behavioral and Real Options Lens.  
(Defended on December 5, 2013)
2013 Oli Mihalache
Stimulating firm innovativeness: probing the interrelations between managerial and organizational determinants
(Defended on October 10, 2011)
2012 Marc van Essen
An Institution-Based view of Ownership
(Defended on June 4, 2012)
2011 Maarten Wubben
Social Functions of Emotions in Social Dilemmas
(Defended on February 5, 2010)
2010 Joost van Rosmalen
Segmentation and Dimension Reduction: Exploratory and Model-Based Approaches (Defended on April 9, 2009)
2009     Patrick Verwijmeren
Empirical Essays on Debt, Equity, and Convertible Securities
(Defended on December 18, 2008)
2008 Joop Huij
New Insights into Mutual Funds: Performance and Family Strategies 
(Defended on March 8, 2007)
2007 Erik Kole
On Crises, Crashes and Comovements
(Defended on June 23, 2006)
2006 Justin Jansen
Ambidextrous Organizations: A Multiple-level Study of Absorptive Capacity, Exploratory and Exploitative Innovation, and Performance 
(Defended on April 29, 2005)
2005 Bert Flier
Strategic Renewal of European Financial Incumbents; Coevolution of Environmental Selection, Institutional Effects, and Managerial Intentionality
(Defended on December 11, 2003)
2004 Dennis Fok
Advanced Econometric Marketing Models
(Defended on December 6, 2003)
2003 Pursey Heugens
Strategic Issues Management: Implication for Corporate Performance
(Defended on October 18, 2001)
2002 Moritz Fleischmann 
Quantitative Models for Reverse Logistics
(Defended on October 5, 2000)     
Maria Dolores Romero Morales  
Optimization Problems in Supply Chain Management
(Defended on October 12, 2000)