Responsible Research Roundtable 2021

  The 2021 (virtual) Responsible Research Roundtable (RRR) convened on June 28 and 29 2021, bringing together 84 academic researchers (57%) and business leaders (43%) from 70 institutions in 15 countries (click here for the list of participants) with a shared belief in the imperative to transform business school research to serve society more directly…

Feedback 2021 RRR

Thank you for taking a few minutes to give us some feedback. Please rate below a few specific aspects of the Roundtable:Panel 1: Why? IDENTIFY BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES OF ENGAGED RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS 5 – Excellent 4 3 – Good 2 1 – Poor NA Panel 2: What? GENERATE DEMAND LED RESEARCH 5 – Excellent 4…

Vlerick Business School

Vlerick Business School, Belgium Live, learn, leap   Vlerick Business School is the oldest business and management school in Europe. Founded in 1953 by the renowned academic, entrepreneur and politician, Professor André Vlerick, Vlerick Business School has been leading innovation in business for well over half a century. As the management school of Belgium’s two…

RRBM on Tour Symposium

TIME (POLISH WINTER TIME) SCHEDULE 10:15-11:00   Welcome addresses  Prof. dr hab. Marzena Witek-Hajduk, SGH Warsaw School of Economics (Poland)   11:00-12:00   Opening Keynote The History of Responsible Research in Business and Management & Why We Need it Today.  Prof. Peter McKiernan: University of Strathclyde (Scotland) This talk will focus on the two main reasons why we…

The 21st Century University: Societal and Sustainable
Andreas Kaplan

The societal aspects of education provide some of its main benefits, its purpose being to contribute to society’s welfare. Universities should accordingly produce responsible and accountable leaders in their respective domains through education. However, higher education’s quest for revenue and reputation has led universities to sideline or even neglect this stated societal purpose. While it…

Winners

Akamah, H., Hope, O. K., & Thomas, W. B. (2018). Tax havens and disclosure aggregation. Journal of International Business Studies, 49(1), 49-69. Harsh criticism meets U.S. firms who are accused of shifting profits offshore to avoid taxes. This study examines the extent of operations in tax havens compared with U.S. companies’ disclosures of geographic operations. This study…