Oxford Journals Best Article Prize

From 2009 to 2014, the Best Article Prize was sponsored by the Journals Division of Oxford University Press. Articles published within the previous year in Enterprise & Society were eligible for the prize.

 

 

 

 

 

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2014 Oxford Journals Best Article Prize Recipient

Lucy Newton
Henley Business School, University of Reading
"Pianos for the People: From Producer to Consumer in Britain, 1851-1914," Enterprise & Society (March 2013) [View PDF]

2013 Oxford Journals Best Article Prize Recipient

Geoffrey Jones
Harvard Business School
Christina Lubinski
Copenhagen Business School
"Managing Political Risk in Global Business: Beiersdorf 1914-1990," Enterprise & Society (March 2012) [View PDF]

2012 Oxford Journals Best Article Prize Recipient

Milena Veenis
Universiteit van Amsterdam
"Cola in the German Democratic Republic: East German Fantasies on Western Consumption," Enterprise & Society (September 2011) [View PDF]

Honorable Mention:

Bianca Murillo, Associate Professor, California State University, Dominguez Hills
"'The Devil We Know': Gold Coast Consumers, Local Employees, and the United Africa Company, 1940-1960," Enterprise & Society (June 2011) [View PDF]

Christopher Jones, Arizona State University
"The Carbon-Consuming Home: Residential Markets and Energy Transitions," Enterprise & Society (December 2011) [View PDF]

2011 Oxford Journals Best Article Prize Recipient

Oskar Broberg
University of Gothenburg
"Labeling the Good: Alternative Visions and Organic Branding in Sweden in the Late Twentieth Century," Enterprise & Society (December 2010) [View PDF]

2010 Oxford Journals Best Article Prize Recipient

Simon Ville
University of Wollongong
"'Making Connections': Insights into Relationship Marketing from the Australasian Stock and Station Agent Industry," Enterprise & Society (September 2009) [View PDF]

2009 Oxford Journals Best Article Prize Recipient

Giorgio Riello
University of Warwick
"Strategies and Boundaries: Subcontracting and the London Trades in the Long Eighteenth Century," Enterprise & Society (June 2008) [View PDF]