Human Resource Development Quarterly
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Impact Factor: 1.135
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 10/26 (Industrial Relations & Labor); 47/79 (Psychology Applied); 111/192 (Management)
Online ISSN: 1532-1096
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2015 Richard A. Swanson Research Excellence Award Announced
Begun in 1995, the Richard A. Swanson Research Excellence Award is awarded each year by the Academy of Human Resource Development for the most outstanding article from across all issues in the most recent volume of Human Resource Development Quarterly.
This prestigious award is, this year, given to the most outstanding refereed research article published in Human Resource Development Quarterly, Volume 26, Issues 1-4 inclusive. This year, nominations for the top three most outstanding articles were sought from all 69 members of the HRDQ Editorial Board. A total of 47 nominations were received, and this included at least one nomination for 14 of the 16 possible articles in Volume 25. Upon receipt of these nominations, the Swanson Committee Chair, Dr Kim Nimon, tallied the results and shared the details of the finalists with the Swanson Award Committee. This year’s committee was composed of Dr. Kim Nimon (Chair), Dr. Travor Brown, Dr. Thomas Reio, and Dr. Seung Won Yoon. The Swanson Award Committee then conducted a further review of the finalists and submitted their individual rankings and comments to the Chair.