Officers

Current   David Reibstein Wharton School Chair of the Working Board 2021-2022 Michael Toffel Harvard Business School Vice Chair of the Working Board 2021-2022 Matthew Wood EFMD Secretary of the Working Board 2021-2023 Patricia Dechow University of Southern California Treasurer of the Working Board 2021-2023 Anne S. Tsui Arizona State University & Notre Dame University…

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…

University of Strathclyde Business School

University of Strathclyde Business School, UK A place of useful learning   A triple accredited business school, the University of Strathclyde Business School is dedicated to the ethos of the University which is to be ‘a place of useful learning’. As such, our research is geared towards addressing societal challenges and solving cross-disciplinary problems.  …

RRAS21 Planning Committee

2021 RRAS Planning Committee    Tima Bansal, University of Western Ontario, Canada Mary Jo Bitner, Arizona State University, USA Ruth Bolton, Arizona State University, USA Agnieszka (Aggie) Chidlow, University of Birmingham, UK Patricia Dechow, University of South California, USA William Glick, Rice University, USA Michael Haenlein, ESCP Business School, France Serguei Netessine, The Wharton School,…

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…

D2C Proposal

Candidates were directed to address the following within their proposals: Research question – explain briefly the major question being pursued and how it relates to any of the topics described above in “Possible Research Topics and Methods”. Literature – explain briefly (no more than 15 references) what the literature informs about your question and why…