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…

RRS2019 Full Report

Executive Summary   On the evening of June 30 and July 1, 2019, at the Rotterdam School of Management, The Netherlands, internal stakeholders came together to chart a new path toward RRBM Vision 2030 when business and management research are a true inspiration for business practices that will contribute to economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable…

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March 7, 2020

 

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RRR Preparatory Readings

2021 RRR Preparatory Readings   RRBM Position Paper. This document provides a common understanding of the term “Responsible Research” and the meaning of “societal impact” of research, and the principles for designing research to enhance both credibility and usefulness of the knowledge produced. Brief summary of the 2019 Responsible Research Summit at the Rotterdam School…

Conducting Megastudies to Increase the Impact of Applied Behavioral Science

Conducting Megastudies to Increase the Impact of Applied Behavioral Science   Speaker: Katherine L. Milkman (The Wharton School)   Policy-makers are increasingly turning to behavioural science for insights about how to improve citizens’ decisions and outcomes. Typically, different scientists test different intervention ideas in different samples using different outcomes over different time intervals. The lack…