Roehampton Business School scoops four Emerald Literati awards

Research from Roehampton Business School academics has won multiple awards in the Emerald Literati Awards.

Posted: 22 June 2017

Professor Lia Zarantonello received three honours in the Emerald Literati Awards, which celebrate outstanding contributions to scholarly research in business. Her papers 'The relationship between brand love and actual brand performance' in the International Marketing Review journal, and 'Brand hate' in the Journal of Product and Brand Management, both won their respective journal's Outstanding Paper award. Additionally, Professor Zarantonello was named Outstanding Reviewer for the Journal of Product and Brand Management.

Also featured on the awards list is Professor Elaine Harris, who has been named as an Outstanding Reviewer for Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management. Professor Harris has been Professor of Accounting and Management at Roehampton since 2010, and was previously director of the Roehampton Business School.

The Emerald Literati Awards, created by Emerald Publishing, are now in their 24th year. Emerald Publishing manage a portfolio of nearly 300 journals and more than 2,500 books, and promote new ideas to advance the research and practice of business and management.

The complete list of winners can be found here.

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