RRVS20 We Will Statements

We Will Statements   The participants of this Summit were organized into ten breakout groups by stakeholder categories. Each group has between five to ten members. During the breakout group discussion, the group collectively developed a commitment to implement a joint action. Below are the ten “We Will” statements.   Group 1 (Accreditation leaders) AACSB and…

RRVS Organizing Committee

Responsible Research Virtual Summit – Organizing Committee   *Franklin Allen, Imperial College Business School, UK   Leonard Berry, Texas A&M University, USA   Patty Dechow, University of Southern California, USA  *Bill Glick, Rice University, USA David Reibstein, The Wharton School, USA  Livio Scalvini, Imperial College Business School, UK Alexia Shonteff, ASU/RRBM, USA Jean-Alexis Spitz, EFMD/RRBM, Belgium *Anne S. Tsui,…

Application Dare to Care Duplicate

Application   We are grateful for your application as a candidate for the RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship in Management. To submit your application, please complete the form below and upload the research proposal and recommendation letters outlined in the Application Guidelines. Note: Partial application forms cannot be saved. Before starting, please review the…

Zoom Guidelines

  Zoom Guidelines   We designed the RRVS2020 to be as interactive as possible in a zoom format which means that we will all be able to see each other and to have the floor. We will also use more advanced functionalities of zoom (such as breakout rooms). With great power comes great responsibilities, that…

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,…

Feedback RRVS

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