Anna Mayo


Carey Researchers’ Papers among Most Read, Most Cited in Leading Management Journals

Why it matters: Studies appeared during 2021 in two of the publications of the prestigious Academy of Management.

Article Highlights

  • AOM is a leading organization of management studies.
  • Myers paper among most read and most cited of 2021.
  • Mayo recognized for work on two papers.

Three members of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School faculty have been recognized for publishing research papers that were among the most read and most cited during 2021 in two journals of the prestigious Academy of Management.

Associate Professor Christopher Myers co-wrote the year’s most-read paper in the journal Academy of Management Discoveries, titled “How Did You Do That? Exploring the Motivation to Learn from Others’ Exceptional Success.”

The paper was also the fifth most-cited article in AOM Discoveries in 2021.

Last May, Myers took part in a Q&A for the Carey Business School website in which he discussed the study and its findings.

Fourth on the list of the most-read articles in AOM Discoveries is a study co-written by Carey Business School Assistant Professor Anna Mayo – “Joint Problem-Solving Orientation in Fluid Cross-Boundary Teams.”

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In September 2020, shortly after joining the Carey faculty, Mayo was interviewed for a website article about her research interests, particularly the topic of teamwork.

An article co-authored by Myers, Mayo, and Carey Business School Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Kathleen Sutcliffe, titled “Organizational Science and Health Care,” was No. 8 on the list of most-read articles of 2021 in another AOM journal, Academy of Management Annals.

For a full list of the most-read and most-cited articles of 2021 in the journals of the Academy of Management, visit this page.

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