The Return of the State
Mette Morsing

Society chooses its dead (Sartre, 1976)[1]   A pandemic could be the context where the world sets aside differences and globally agree on how to best navigate our societies through the crisis. A pandemic does not distinguish between geographies, gender, ethnicity, or religion. Global solidarity, collaboration across old boarders, and a collective flexible humanitarian response…

2021 RRR Speakers and Chairs

2021 Responsible Research Roundtable Biographies of Speakers and Chairs     Ruben Atekpe (Speaker) is Executive Chairman, Merchant Company of West Africa (MECOWA). An accomplished entrepreneur and investment advisor focused on opportunities for socioeconomic development and growth in Ghana and other parts of Africa, Ruben serves as a Member of the World Economic Forum’s Global…

Zoom Guidelines

  Zoom Guidelines   We designed the RRVS2020 to be as interactive as possible in a zoom format which means that we will all be able to see each other and to have the floor. We will also use more advanced functionalities of zoom (such as breakout rooms). With great power comes great responsibilities, that…

Including Practitioners in Co-Creating Desirable Future

Including Practitioners in Co-Creating Desirable Future   Speaker: Dr Garima Sharma (Georgia State University)   Management research fails to impact practice because our focus is on evidence from the past that may not reflect practitioners’ current reality. Further, we use this historical evidence to predict the future. However, as the current crises has shown, often…

RRVS2020 Brief Report

“Build Back Better”   Due to the pandemic, the second global Responsible Research Summit scheduled for June 27 – 28, 2020 at the Imperial College Business School, London was held instead as a Virtual Summit (RRVS) on June 29, 2020. The goal of the RRVS2020 was to discuss widening and deepening responsible research to strengthen…