Dali Ma, Ph.D., Wins William H. Newman Award

Dali Ma, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, was awarded the Academy of Management’s prestigious all-academy William H. Newman Award for Best Dissertation Paper, for his paper “Bring the Society Back In: Relational Identities in the Creation of Entrepreneurship” at the Academy’s annual meeting last weekend.

This paper also won the Louis R. Pondy Best Dissertation Paper Award from the Academy’s Organization and Management Theory Division in March.


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