10-Year Impact Awards

Paper on Understanding Individual Differences In Executive Functions Proves Hugely Popular
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May 29, 2023

Paper on Understanding Individual Differences In Executive Functions Proves Hugely Popular

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A Viral Paper on Determining What Makes Online Content Viral
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May 26, 2023

A Viral Paper on Determining What Makes Online Content Viral

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Honoring a Prescient Look Corporate Social Responsibility
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May 25, 2023

Honoring a Prescient Look Corporate Social Responsibility

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Paper on Showing Significance Proves Very Significant Decade Later
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August 12, 2022

Paper on Showing Significance Proves Very Significant Decade Later

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Paper on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk Proves a Durable Article

Paper on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk Proves a Durable Article

A 2011 paper on Amazon’s then-new and innovative Mechanical Turk, which among other things crowdsources prospective participants for social and behavioral research via an online marketplace, has garnered 7,500 citations in the subsequent decade.

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Paper on Danish National Patient Register Keeps on Giving After 10 Years

Paper on Danish National Patient Register Keeps on Giving After 10 Years

Sage 2195 Impact

A paper looking at the Danish National Patient Register has proved one of the most cited papers published by SAGE in 2011.

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Understanding the Foundations of Customer Engagement

Understanding the Foundations of Customer Engagement

Since it appeared in the Journal of Service Research a decade ago, the paper “Customer Engagement Behavior: Theoretical Foundations and Research Directions” has ben cited in other academic papers more than 1,300 times.

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The Future of Precarious Work

The Future of Precarious Work

In 2009, American Sociological Review published Arne L. Kalleberg’s “Precarious Work, Insecure Workers: Employment Relations in Transition,” in which he explores the various ways unpredictable work impacts employees. Over 10 years later, sociologists actively turn to and build upon his work and the suggested structural changes needed to create more stable conditions.

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How One Study on Entrepreneurial Orientation Would Impact the Field

How One Study on Entrepreneurial Orientation Would Impact the Field

Researchers Andreas Rauch, Johan Wiklund, G.T. Lumpkin, and Michael Frese began looking at the connection between business performance and ‘entrepreneurial orientation’—the entrepreneurial governing style of a business. 

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What Research Made the Most Impact 10 Years Later?

What Research Made the Most Impact 10 Years Later?

Sage 5066 Impact

This year, SAGE will analyze citation data for articles published in SAGE journals in 2009 to find out the most highly cited through the end of 2019. In May, we will present our inaugural 10-Year Impact Awards to the authors of the three papers with the most citations and share helpful insights we learned.

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