Elizabeth Lim, an associate professor in Strategic Management, has been recognized for her sole-authored paper being selected as a Best Paper in the 2019 Academy of Management’s (AOM) Annual Meeting, a prestigious conference in Management, and her another sole-authored paper as a finalist for the 2019 Managerial and Organizational Cognition (MOC) Division’s Best Paper Award at the AOM Meeting in a highly competitive process that recognizes “the most significant contribution to understanding individual, relational, or collective cognition in organizational contexts.”
Dr. Lim also recently received the “2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award” from the Journal of Management, one of the most influential business and management journals in the world. Previously, she was presented the “2014 Outstanding Editorial Board Member Award” from the Strategic Management Journal, a top-rated premier journal in the field.
Dr. Lim’s research interests include behavioral strategy, strategic decision-making processes involving organizational risk-taking, corporate governance (executive compensation, board of directors, ownership structure), corporate strategy (diversification, M&A, restructuring), and entrepreneurship (family firms, IPO, technology, and innovation). Her work has been published in leading journals such as Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Journal of Management Studies, and Long Range Planning. Professor Lim teaches the capstone course in Strategic Management that is mandatory for all Robinson College of Business students and has been awarded several Certificates of Recognition for Outstanding Teaching Performance. She has been appointed to multiple Editorial Review Boards and is an active reviewer for several elite journals such as Academy of Management Journal (AMJ), Organization Science (OS), Strategic Management Journal (SMJ), and Journal of Management (JOM).