RRBM Honor Roll

With this Honor Roll, RRBM aims to create a system to recognize a scholarly article, monograph, policy paper, or book that reflects credible science useful to society. All publications receiving this honor will be prominently displayed on the RRBM website and authors are encouraged to display the RRBM-Honor Roll emblem on their CV. Schools, journals, and publishers can also track their Honor Roll publications as one of their metrics of the likely societal impact of their research.

Starting in July 2022, recent publications may be nominated to the RRBM Honor Roll. The Selection Board is looking for works that are both rigorous and relevant, and to encourage research that achieves these goals. RRBM does not seek to add another layer of review to vouch for the rigor of published work: that is the job of editors and reviewers. Publications selected for the Honor Roll have the added distinction of being relevant and more likely to have a positive societal impact. It is not intended as a competition or award – in our ideal world, most academic publications would qualify as responsible research; it is a recognition that the work meets RRBM principles for contributing to a better society. We encourage you to peruse the listing of publications selected for the Honor Roll.

Criteria for “RRBM Honor Roll”

Recently published work will be assessed according to the spirit of two principles focused on usefulness articulated in RRBM’s Vision for Responsible Research in Business and Management:

  • Service to Society: Development of knowledge likely to benefit business and the broader society, locally and globally, for the ultimate purpose of creating a better world.
  • Impact on Stakeholders: Research that is likely to have an impact on diverse stakeholders, especially research that contributes to better business and a better world.

Please submit your nomination for responsible research published from January 2020 to Editor-in-Chief Ron Hill through the form below.

Selection Board of the Responsible Research in Business and Management Honor Roll.

The Editor-in-Chief is Ron Hill from American University.

Each board member is selected for their interest in the larger societal good and their scholarly profile. They also represent all major areas of research in the business domain.

You may access the list of the Selection Board by clicking on the title below.

Editorial Board
 Principal field First Last Affiliation
Organization behaviorLauraAlbaredaLUT University
OperationsMohammadAlghababshehMutah University
MarketingLindaAlkireTexas State University
Organization behaviorSmritiAnandIllinois Institute of Technology, Stuart School of Business
MarketingCraigAndrewsMarquette University
MarketingEricArnouldAalto University School of Business
MarketingZeynepArselConcordia University
MarketingAnaBabic RosarioUniversity of Denver
Management strategySophieBacqIndiana University
FinanceH. KentBakerAmerican University
Organization behaviorDarren ThomasBakerUniversity College Dublin
Management strategyHariBapujiThe University of Melbourne
AccountingLuciaBellora-BienengräberUniversity of Groningen, The Netherlands; Department of Accounting
MarketingNeilBendleUniversity of Georgia
MarketingAronteBennettVillanova University
MarketingLeonardBerryMays Business School, Texas A&M University
MarketingLaurenBlockBaruch College
OperationsConstantinBlomeUniversity of Sussex Business School
MarketingLisaBoltonThe Pennsylvania State University
MarketingMikeBradyFlorida State University
Management strategyLaylaBranickiUniversity of Bath School of Management, University of Bath, UK
MarketingMelissaBublitzUniversity of Wisconsin Oshkosh
MarketingLan NguyenChaplinNorthwestern University
Management strategyArijitChatterjeeESSEC Business School
Organization behaviorIraChatterjeeHanken School of Economics
Organization behaviorJoseCortinaVCU
MarketingDavidCrockettUniversity of Illinois Chicago
MarketingCharleneDadzieUniversity of south Alabama
Organization behaviorRichDeJordySaunders College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology
Organization behaviorGiuseppeDelmestriWU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Department of Management
Management strategyStephanieFernhaberButler University
MarketingLindaFerrellAuburn University
MarketingO.C.FerrellAuburn University
MarketingStaceyFinkelsteinStony Brook University
Management strategyCorinnaFrey-HegerRotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
MarketingKelliFriasAmerican University
Organization behaviorWilliamGlickRice University
MarketingMatthewGodfreyUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst
MarketingRonaldGoodsteinGeorgetown University
 Principal field First Last Affiliation

If you have any question regarding the Honor Roll, the process or the Selection Board, don’t hesitate to send an email to honorroll[at]rrbm.network