Dare to Care Recommendation Thank You

Thank you for giving your recommendation. If you are already a part of the Responsible Research in Business and Management (RRBM) community, we thank you! If not, we invite you to learn more about RRBM, a global community dedicated to inspiring, encouraging, and supporting credible and useful research in the business and management disciplines. We…

RRS22 – Accommodations

2022 Responsible Research Summit Accommodations   Participants for the 2022 Responsible Research Summit are expected to arrange their own accommodation. Below is a list of local hotels on and near the University of Penn campus.   On Campus:   The Inn at Penn, A Hilton Hotel 3600 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa 19104 215-222-0200 https://www.theinnatpenn.com/ Sheraton…

Bylaws

BYLAWS RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH IN BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT (Approved May 22, 2020 – Amended March 15, 2022)   ARTICLE 1 – NAME, PURPOSES, AND CORE VALUES ARTICLE 2 – COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP ARTICLE 3 – WORKING BOARD ARTICLE 4 – OFFICERS ARTICLE 5 – COMMITTEES ARTICLE 6 – REGIONAL REPRESENTATION ARTICLE 7 – FISCAL YEAR ARTICLE 8…

A brief history of RRBM

To preserve the history of this RRBM project, we provide a chronology of major activities each year, a narrative summary of activities every year, and the following brief history covering all the years.   Fall 2014 to Fall 2021 This project began in the Fall of 2014. The original idea came from the then Director…

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Responsible Research for Business and Management (RRBM) is dedicated to inspiring, encouraging, and supporting credible and useful research in the business and management disciplines. It is a virtual organization initially developed by a group of 24 leading scholars in 5 disciplines at 23 university-based business schools in 10 countries and now joined by a much…

“Disabled” by COVID19?
Anica Zeyen & Oana Branzei

“We are all disabled now”[i] is a phrase and headline that most of us will have heard during the current pandemic. Many non-disabled social media influencers, radio hosts, TV presenters and members of the general public now consider themselves, and many like them, “disabled” as the daily struggle with self-isolation and social distancing makes work…