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…

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…

RRAS2021 Brief Report

A full report of the 2021 Responsible Research Academic Summit can be downloaded here Responsible Research Academic Summit 2021 Brief Report   Overall Summit Objective To share experiences and explore new ideas to deepen and broaden the transformation toward responsible research in business schools by deans, editors, association leaders, senior and young scholars.   Specific…

Pre-Readings for RRVS2020

Pre-Readings for Responsible Research Virtual Summit 2020 1) Readings Zoom guidelines Brief program agenda RRBM brief status report Participant list (in alphabetical order) Group list with facilitators RRS2019 Rotterdam brief report RRBM position paper **I Will status report (actions on RRS2019 participants’ “I Will” statements) **Nature article “Economists must collaborate courageously” Nature 582, 9 (2020) https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-01505-3…

Academic-Practitioner Relationships

  Academic-Practitioner Relationships: Developments, Complexities, and Opportunities   Speaker: Professor Jean M. Bartunek (Boston College)   Abstract This presentation is designed to introduce and reflect some of the great variety of components of relationships between academics and practitioners.   I will introduce and talk briefly about each of the several topics indicated below.  I have included…

The responsibility turn: building responsible doctoral programmes for a responsible future
Eva Cools

Eva Cools, DBA Manager & Research Manager of Vlerick Business School and co-chair of the 2021 EFMD Doctoral Programmes Conference (DPC), shares her reflections from the conference. Recently I had the honour to co-chair the 2021 EFMD Doctoral Programmes Conference (DPC), together with Christine Unterhitzenbergerfrom the University of Leeds. Although we already chose the conference…