Rewarding Responsible Research

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The Wharton School and INSEAD are proud to co-host the fourth annual Responsible Research Summit. It will be held on Wharton’s Philadelphia campus from 6-7 June 2022.   The Summit aims to provide insights into how to encourage more business school researchers to address issues that have an impact and improve social well-being—what are some of…

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RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship

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Do you know of an exceptional doctoral student who is aligning his or her research with the RRBM Principles of Responsible Research? The RRBM community is pleased to announce the inaugural Call for Applications to the RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship. In its inaugural year, this program will award up to eight scholarships of…

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Responsible Doctoral Programmes for a Responsible Future


Last year at about the same time we wrote a blog about the exciting programme and high-profile speakers for the EFMD Doctoral Programmes Conference 2020 on the topic of Responsible Doctoral Programmes for a Responsible Future. Unfortunately, the global Covid-19 pandemic led to the cancellation of the conference and we were unable to facilitate discussions…

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Call for Applications: The RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship

EFMD Global is pleased to join the RRBM Community in announcing the inaugural Call for Applications to the Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship in Management. Up to eight scholarships of $10,000 each will be awarded to doctoral students in business schools who are conducting dissertation research aligned with the principles of responsible research ( Eligible…

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Could Covid-19 be the push that Europe needs for unconditional basic income?

As the wide-ranging implications of the coronavirus pandemic become clear, renewed calls have been made – by academics, economists and politicians left and right – for an unconditional basic income (UBI) that would guarantee individuals regular payments, from the state, regardless of their economic activity. Beyond its potential benefits in normal times, there are suggestions that UBI could mitigate some of the most worrying…

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Why Business Schools should develop a large modelling & simulation community before the next pandemic

By Kathy Kotiadis, Kent Business School, University of Kent; Antuela A. Tako, School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University; Christine S.M. Currie and Bhakti Stephan Onggo, CORMSIS, University of Southampton Business schools could play a crucial role in helping governments prepare for the next pandemic by developing the next generation of the modelling and simulation community. Simulation…

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COVID-19 crisis: A call for responsible leadership research

This article was originally published on the RRBM blog as part of the COVID-19 Insights from Business Sustainability Scholars Series which brings together business researchers from multiple professional societies: Organizations and the Natural Environment Division of the Academy of Management (ONE), Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS), Group for Research on Organizations and the Natural Environment (GRONEN), Network…

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