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…

“Guest Editorial: Responsible Research in Marketing”

by Michael Haenlein, Mary Jo Bitner, Ajay K. Kohli, Katherine N. Lemon & David J. Reibstein

August 20, 2021

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Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science

Migration, Business & Society’s agenda for practice-informed interdisciplinary research

Migration, Business & Society (Vienna University of Economics and Business) Report

by Aida Hajro and Milda Žilinskaitė

2021

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Migration, Business & Society

“Business and management research: Low instances of replication studies and a lack of author independence in replications”

James C.Ryan & Syed A.A Tipu

October 24, 2021

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Research Policy

“Let’s Talk Marketing: A Conversation with David Reibstein”

November 1, 2021

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74&WEST Exclusives Podcast

“How to do Relevant Research – From the Ivory Tower to the Real World”

by Philip H. Mirvis, Susan Albers Mohrman and Christopher G. Worley

2021

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Edward Elgar Publishing

“From the Editors—Improving the Transparency of Empirical Research Published in AMJ”

by Katherine A. DeCelles, Jennifer Howard-Grenville & Laszlo Tihanyi

September 13, 2021

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Academy of Management Journal

“Business Ethics and Quantification: Towards an Ethics of Numbers”

by Gazi Islam

January 4, 2021

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Journal of Business Ethics

The doctoral seminar hosted by RRBM has been a life-changing experience for me. As a PhD candidate who is all set to write her dissertation, I received the right guidance at the right time about the role of values in social sciences and the progression of science over the years. Such readings are often excluded from the doctoral programs, which deprives the students of the foundational knowledge about the principles and practices one must follow as a researcher. The enriching discussions with Dr. Anne Tsui, Dr. Don Lange, and all the guest speakers helped me understand the message hidden in the readings better. If it hadn’t been for this seminar, my journey as a researcher would have been incomplete.

Piyushi, United States, 2021 cohort

The RRBM course was truly a unique and rewarding experience. First, the world-class mentors and presenters not only share their wisdom and insights, but also encourage the students to challenge their assumptions, think critically, and engage in rigorous debates on important topics in social science and practice. Second, a culturally diverse and multi-disciplinary cohort of doctoral students from across the world offer learning and networking opportunities unlikely available anywhere else. Third, a deep dive into the philosophy of science and principles of responsible research provides the foundation to address current issues in the social sciences and society. The course is hard work, but the rewards are commensurate with the efforts required.

Justin, United States, 2021 cohort