Brief Status Report

RRBM (www.rrbm.network) Brief Status Report June 15, 2020   Prepared for the participants of the 2020 Responsible Research Virtual Summit on June 29.   Origin: RRBM was founded in 2015, by 24 senior business professors around the world (10 countries) representing the five core business disciplines of accounting, finance, management, marketing, and operations management. Supporting…

“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…

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…

RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarships 2022 Winners

RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarships 2022 Winners Sponsored by the Community for Responsible Research in Business and Management (RRBM) Co-Sponsor: The International Association for Chinese Management Research     RRBM and its co-sponsors are pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarships. The scholarships recognize doctoral students in…

North meets South: A call for inclusive global research
Smaranda Boroș, Anita Bosch & Yuliya Shymko

The Covid-19 pandemic is not just a health, economic, and humanitarian crisis, it is laying bare some undeniable truths in societies worldwide: It emphasises the extent of inequalities, both between and within societies. In the dynamics between nations, these inequalities revolve around the reliance on international funding bodies for humanitarian aid — and what happens…

Why Business Schools should develop a large modelling & simulation community before the next pandemic
Kathy Kotiadis, Antuela A. Tako, Christine S.M. Currie & Bhakti Stephan Onggo

Business schools could play a crucial role in helping governments prepare for the next pandemic by developing the next generation of the modelling and simulation community. Simulation modelling is an area of teaching and research found in many elite business schools. COVID-19 looks set to be the worst infectious disease pandemic of a generation in…