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Winners of the 21st CEEMAN case writing competition announced

The winners of the 21st CEEMAN case writing competition run in partnership with Emerald Group Publishing announced at the 23rd CEEMAN Annual Conference

Bingley, United Kingdom, 26 October 2015 – Dr Peter Moricz and Associate Professor Gyorgy Drotos of Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary have won the 21st CEEMAN case writing competition for their case, Returpack: The integrator of the beverage can recycling can process.

This year, a record number of 76 cases - written by 154 authors and co-authors from 93 institutions in 42 countries - were submitted to the competition.

The winners will share a monetary prize of €2,500, 100% scholarship for participation in one of the CEEMAN faculty development programmes and a 12-month free subscription to an Emerald Group Publishing subject collection.

This is the ninth consecutive year that Emerald Group Publishing has supported the competition, demonstrating its commitment to the development of teaching case studies, which play an increasingly important role in the rise in experimental learning. Emerald also provides an internationally recognized outlet for the publication of case studies in the Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies (EEMCS) collection and partners with other institutions and associations worldwide to reward case writers.

Commenting on winning this year’s competition, Dr Moricz said: “We feel very much honoured that the prestigious evaluation committee have selected our case study as the winner.

“This competition is a great motivation for faculty members committed to curriculum development and the case study method. This is one of the several ways both CEEMAN and Emerald consistently supporting the development of management education.

“We would like to thank Returpack’s CEO, Laszio Duma, for providing us with the amazing story of this company and also our colleagues at the Faculty of Business Administration of Corvinus University, since their dedication to high quality research and teaching is our great inspiration.”

In second place were Dr Kim Poldner, Dr Olga Ivanova and Dr Oana Branzei - of the Institute for Organizational Psychology, University of St Gallen, Switzerland; ICN Business School, France; and Ivey Business School, Canada, respectively – for their case, Osklen: The Aesthetics of Social Change. They will share €1,000, a 50% scholarship for participation in one of the CEEMAN faculty development programmes and a 12-month free subscription to an Emerald subject collection.

In third place were Dr Jenson Chong-Leng Goh of SIM University, Professor Adrian Saville and Dr Caren Scheepers -of Gordon Institute of Business Science, University of Pretoria – for their case, Preserving the delicate balance to manage a thriving business in South Africa – the adventure of OneLogix. They share €500, a 30% scholarship for participation in one of the CEEMAN faculty development programmes and a 12-month free subscription to an Emerald subject collection. 

For more details about the competition and to view which cases made the top 10, please click here:  www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/research/awards/ceemancase.htm 

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