Navigating Multidisciplinary Collaborations: A Journal Editor’s Journey Toward Cross-Journal Research Curation

“Valuing Plurality and Multidisciplinary Collaboration” is one of the core principles of RRBM. At Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) and MIS Quarterly (MISQ), we endorse this principle (along with many others) and wondered what this principle could look like in practice at our journals. Beyond supporting interdisciplinary scholarship, how could we as journal editors encourage multidisciplinary…

University of Sussex Business School

University of Sussex Business School, UK Research Mobilisation Groups     The University of Sussex Business School carries out high-quality research that addresses real-world issues, and seeks to develop current and aspiring leaders who will champion critical and original thinking. We have created research mobilisation groups (RMGs) that focus on promoting responsible business practice. RMGs…

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…

Joining Forces for Powerful Research
Terri Griffith

Business schools began in partnership with businesses. We maintain relationships with our business communities through formal relationships with advisory boards, career centers, and adjunct faculty. As we strive for responsible research in business and management, perhaps we can look to stronger/more prevalent formal business relationships related to our research. Perhaps we’ll soon see corporate names…

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…

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,…