2007: Since 2004, Professor Anil K. Gupta has been
continuously listed among the most highly cited scholars in the
entire field of economics and business by ISIhighlycited.com (a
unit of Thomson Scientific Company). This list includes only 25
2007- : Appointed to the Executive Committee, International Management
Division, Academy of Management (will become Program Chair in AY2007-08
and Incoming Division Chair in AY2008-09).
2006- : Elected to the Executive Committee, Global Strategy Interest
Group, Strategic Management Society.
December 2006: Article by Peng & Zhou in Journal of International
Management ranked Professor Guptas Academy of Management
Review (1991) article as the #7 most cited article in the list
of all articles on global strategy published worldwide in all journals
2006-2008: Guest Editor, Information Systems Research special
issue on The Interplay Between Digital and Social Networks
(co-editors: Ritu Agarwal and Robert Kraut).
2006-2008: Guest Editor, Organization Science special issue
on Innovation Research At and Across Levels (co-editors:
Susan Taylor and Paul Tesluk).
2004-2006: Guest Editor, Academy of Management Journal special
issue on Managing Exploration and Exploitation (co-editors:
Ken Smith and Christina Shalley).
2005: Winner, Best Paper (Runner-Up) Award at the annual meeting
of the Academy of International Business.
2005: Appointed to the Editorial Board, European Business Forum.
2003: Appointed to the Editorial Board, Journal of International
2000: Included in the Academy of Management Journals Hall
2000 (Jan-Dec): Served as a visiting professor at Stanford University.
1991-1992: Served as a visiting professor at the Tuck School,
Dartmouth College. In 1986-1987, was similarly invited by the
Sloan School of Management at MIT to serve as a visiting
1997-1998: Received the Distinguished Scholar-Teacher
Award from The University of Maryland - the highest
campus-level recognition given by the university to any of its professors.
1998: Second-time winner of the Allen J. Krowe Award for Excellence
in Teaching, The Robert H. Smith School of Business, The University
of Maryland at College Park. Also, rated as the #1 most popular
professor in a Business Week magazine survey of MBA students
at The Robert H. Smith School of Business, The University of Maryland
at College Park.
1998: One of Professor Guptas 1984 Academy of Management
Journal papers was included in the list of The Ten Most
Often Cited Articles Published in AMJ, 1958-95 by former editor
Richard T. Mowday in Celebrating 40 Years of the Academy of
Management Journal, AMJ, 40(6), 1997. Earlier, this article
was also ranked as #2 in a survey of "The Fifty Most-Noted
Strategy Works of 1980-1985" by Donald C. Hambrick of Columbia
1994: Ranked by Management International Review as one of the "Top
20 North American Superstars" for research in strategy
1992-1994: Appointed to the Executive Committee, Business Policy
& Strategy Division, Academy of Management.
1991: Received the 1991 Glueck Best Paper Award, Business Policy
and Planning Division, Academy of Management.
1989: Based on publications, citations, and peer rankings, a 1989
survey by Edwin A. Locke to assess the national academic standing
of business school faculty placed Professor Gupta among the top
10% of all "Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management,
and Strategy" faculty (n = 571) in the 32 leading private
and public universities in the country. He was one of only 5 associate
professors ranked in the top 10% (n = 57). The remaining 52 were
all full professors.
1989: Appointed to the Editorial Board, Academy of Management
Review. Served till 1995.
1984: Received the Broderick Prize for Excellence in Research,