Each year the SAGE Prize for Innovation and Excellence is awarded to an article published in the previous year that represents innovative and excellent research and scholarship. The shortlisted articles are selected by the journal Editors and a panel of judges drawn from the Editorial Board then works to determine the winning article. This year, WES is pleased to announce the following shortlisted articles:
- Lloyd C Harris and Emmanuel Ogbonna, Ethnic gatekeeping on the shopfloor: a study of bases, motives and approaches, 30(1), 59
- Jean Cushen and Paul Thompson, Financialization and value: why labour and the labour process still matter, 30(2), 352
- Nic Beech, Charlotte Gilmore, Paul Hibbert and Sierk Ybema, Identity-in-the-work and musicians’ struggles: the production of self-questioning identity work, 30(3), 506
- Pierre Barron, Anne Bory, Sébastien Chauvin, Nicolas Jounin and Lucie Tourette, State categories and labour protest: migrant workers and the fight for legal status in France, 30(4), 631
- Michelle Brady, Gluing, catching and connecting: how informal childcare strengthens single mothers’ employment trajectories, 30(5), 821
- Knut Laaser, ‘If you are having a go at me, I am going to have a go at you’: the changing nature of social relationships of bank work under performance management, 30(6), 1000
The winning article will be announced later on in the year. For more information, please see the SAGE Prize page.