Past Winners of the Fredric M. Jablin Doctoral Dissertation Award


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2015

Danielle L. Lupton, Colgate University

Leaders, Perceptions, and Reputations for Resolve

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2014

Suze Wilson, Massey University

Thinking Differently About Leadership: A Critical History of the Form and Formation of Leadership Studies

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2013

Ethan Bernstein, Harvard Business School

Does Privacy Make Groups Productive?

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2012

Jack Barentsen, Institute for Leadership & Ethics, The Evangelical Theological Faculty, Leuven, Belgium

Emerging Leadership in the Pauline Mission: A Social Identity Perspective on Local Leadership Development in Corinth and Ephesus

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2011

Mark A. Menaldo, Michigan State University

Putting Statesmanship Back Into Statecraft: The Role of Transformative Ambition in International Relations

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2010

YoungHee (Sylvia) Hur, University of Twente

Optimizing Managerial Effectiveness Through Emotional Intelligence

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2009

Kathie Pelletier, Claremont Graduate University

The Effects of Favored Status and Identification with Victim on Perceptions of and Reactions to Leader Toxicity

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2008

Rita Palrecha, State University of New York at Binghamton

The Transformational Leader Model, the Nurturant-Task Leader Model, and the Unique Local Leadership Model: A Quantitative and Qualitative Competitive Test of Three Leadership Models in India

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2008 Runner Up

Manuel (Manny) Teodoro, University of Michigan

Bureaucratic Ambition: Professional Careers, Personal Motives and Policy Innovation

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2007

Steve Olson, Emory University

The Ethics of Leadership: Construction of an Analytical Framework, with Application to Ken Blanchard's Theories of Situational and Servant Leadership

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2007 Honorable Mention

Richard D. Berry, George Washington University

Discovering the Missing Link of Emotion in Leadership: A Case Study of Affect Valence and Emerging Leadership

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2007 Honorable Mention

Frederic J.A. Damen, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Taking the Lead: The Role of Affect in Leadership Effectiveness

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2006

D. Michael Lindsay, Princeton University

Faith in the Corridors of Power

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2005

Ross J. Corbett, Brown University

Locke and the Problem of Crisis Leadership

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2005 Honorable Mention

Marie Dasborough, University of Queensland

Follower Emotional Responses to Attributions of Leadership

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2005 Honorable Mention

Suzanne Stigler Martin, Regent University

Toward a Theory of Invisible Leadership

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2004

Benjamin Kleinerman, Michigan State University

The Place of Executive Power in the American Constitutional Republic

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2004

Christelle LaPolice, George Washington University

Leader Behaviors, Employee Attitudes, and Organizational Characteristics as Moderators

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2004

Felicia Mainella, University of Maryland

The Role of Moral Reasoning in Transformation Leadership: The Relationship Between College Student Leaders' Self-Perceived Leadership Behaviors and Level of Moral Reasoning

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2003

Joseph Crespino, Stanford University

Strategic Accommodation: Civil Rights Opponents in Mississippi and Their Impact on America Racial Politics, 1953-1972

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2003

Toby Vitek, Wayne State University

Leadership Behavior and Managerial Success: A Test of Three Theories

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2002

Albert H. Fein, Gonzaga University

There and Back Again: A Phenomenological Inquiry of School Shootings as Experienced by School Leaders

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2002

Rebecca Todd Peters, Union Theological Seminary

In Search of the Good Life: A Feminist Critical Theo-ethical Reading of the Globalization Debates

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2001

Olga Epitropaki, Cardiff University

From ideal leaders to actual managers: A longitudinal investigation of implicit leadership theories, leader-member exchanges, transformational leadership and employee outcomes

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2001

Andrew Lewis, University of Virginia

Wandering in Two Worlds: Race, Citizenship, and Education in Virginia Since 1945

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2001

Brian Palmer, Harvard University

Wolves at the Door: Existential Solidarity in a Globalizing Sweden

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2002

Andrea Grove, University of Vermont

Leadership and Nationalist Mobilization: Investigating the Linkage Between Strategies and Context

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2002

Rita Tekippe, University of Central Arkansas

Procession, Piety, and Politics: Three Medieval Rheno-Mosan Reliquary Shrines and the Cult Communities for Bishop-Saints Servatius of Maastricht, Eleutherius of Tournai, and Remaclus of Stavelot

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2002

Matthew Trachman, City University of New York

Rethinking Leadership: Presidential Leadership and the 'Spirit of the Game' of Democracy

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Information about the 2001 through 2005 recipients of the Fredric M. Jablin Doctoral Dissertation Award can be found on The Jepson School of Leadership Studies website.