Fisher IMS and AMA SERVSIG Dissertation Proposal Award (~ 2011)
The Initiative for Managing Services (IMS) at the Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business, and the American Marketing Association’s Services Special Interest Group (SERVSIG) sponsor the “Annual Fisher IMS and AMA SERVSIG Dissertation Proposal Competition” for the best doctoral dissertation proposals on services.
Eligibility: Entrants must be doctoral candidates in marketing or a related field (e.g., consumer behavior, marketing strategy, quantitative operations management, organizational behavior, human resources, strategy, finance, information systems, economics, etc.) in a fully accredited university. Applicants should be doctoral candidates (i.e., successfully completed their qualifying exam stage), should have completed two years but no more than four years in their doctoral program. Entrants will be required to state that they fulfill all eligibility criteria and are willing to present at the Winter AMA special session, if selected.
SERVSIG Dissertation Proposal Award Winners
(formerly Fisher IMS Award)
2012 – Award Discontinued
Sabine Mayser (Winner), Nicola Bilstein (First Runner-Up), Claudia Jasmand (Second Runner-Up).
Nita Umashankar (Winner), Jeffrey Meyer (First Runner-Up), Jeonghye Choi (Second Runner-Up), Nancy Sirianni (Honorable Mention I), and Elisabeth Honka (Honorable Mention II).
Nancy Wunderlich (Winner), Gabriele Pizzi (First Runner-Up), Paul Fombelle (Second Runner-Up), Jan Schumann (Honorable Mention I), and Frank Wang (Honorable Mention II).
Martin Mende (Winner), Linda Robinson (First Runner-up), Sungjoon Nam (Second Runner-up), Romana Garma (Honorable Mention I), and Daniel Wentzel (Honorable Mention II).
Anthony Deleon (Winner), Anyuan (Daniel) Shen (First Runner-up), Markus Wuebben (Second Runner-up), Shruti Saxena (Honorable Mention), and Markus Blut (Honorable Mention).