ISS Bapna-Ghose Social Justice Best Paper Award

2021 Winner(s)

Winning material: When Transparency Fails: Bias and Financial Incentives in Ridesharing Platforms

Purpose of the Award

This best paper award’s purpose is to foster and encourage high quality IS research that makes an impact towards improving social justice outcomes. The award’s concept of social justice research is broadly scoped to include all facets of modern IS, analytics, digital platforms and AI perspectives, as well as the full palette of methodologies. It specifically aims to direct, recognize and reward IS research that helps positively move the interlocking gears of education, housing, healthcare, transportation, employment, income and criminal justice outcomes and policies for Black/African-Americans, Latinx/Hispanic-American and Native Americans populations.

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Past Awardees

2021 Winner(s)
Jorge Mejia, Indiana University
Christopher Parker, American University