This award honors empirical research articles or books that demonstrate both rigor and relevance as well as provides knowledge that contributes to better business and a better world. We accept nominations of work published in the previous five years.
Please visit either rrbm.network or iacmr.org for details of the nomination criteria and nomination procedure of the Responsible Research in Management award, jointly sponsored by IACMR and RRBM. The Call for Nominations information is also shown below for your convenience. Please share this exciting opportunity by forwarding this email to your colleagues and friends.
We look forward to your nominations to honor the high quality and meaningful research conducted by your colleagues or yourself.
Anne S. Tsui
Co-founder, RRBM and Founding President, IACMR
The 8th President, IACMR
Eryue Teng & Kaixian Mao & Danyang Zhu
Research Assistants, IACMR/RRBM awards
Third (2019-2020) Annual "Responsible Research in Management" Award
Responsible research is defined as studies that produce both credible and useful knowledge. Credibility refers to the reliability and validity or trustworthiness of the findings, in either inductive or deductive work, using either qualitative or quantitative data, or both. Usefulness refers to the potential of the knowledge to inform policies and practices. The purpose of responsible research is to encourage methodologically rigorous and societally beneficial studies, which contributes knowledge with the potential to make the world a better place. We call for nominations of published work that exemplifies the principles of responsible research.
The Community for Responsible Research in Business and Management (RRBM) is dedicated to inspiring, encouraging, and supporting credible and useful research in the business and management disciplines. Visit rrbm.network for the RRBM mission, the range of supporters, readings, and activities. The International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR) is a scholarly association dedicated to advancing research and practice in Chinese management. The IACMR holds a biennial conference and publishes a scholarly journal Management and Organization Research (Cambridge University Press) and a Chinese language magazine Management Insight (jointly with Fudan University, China).
A Committee of Academic and Executive Reviewers
A strong team of academics and executives will assess the nominations. The Committee comprises accomplished scholars, including Fellows of professional associations as well as senior executives from leading organizations. The Academic reviewers will assess the nominations for both credibility and usefulness while the executive reviewers will focus primarily on the potential usefulness of the research findings to inform societally beneficial management or business practices.
We accept nominations or self-nominations of empirical research articles or research books, in the English language and published in the recent five years (2015-2019), that meet the following criteria:
* Please visit www.rrbm.network or www.iacmr.org for the lists of previous Award winners.
Appendix: Seven Principles of Responsible Research in Business and Management
Please go to www.rrbm.network for a detailed description of the seven principles in the position paper "Responsible Research in Business and Management: Striving for Credible and Useful Knowledge."
Principle 1-Service to Society: Business research aims to develop knowledge that benefits business and the broader society, locally and globally, for the ultimate purpose of creating a better world.
Principle 2-Stakeholder Involvement: Business and management research values the involvement of different stakeholders who can play a critical role at various stages of the scientific process, without compromising the independence of inquiry.
Principle 3-Impact on Stakeholders: Business and management schools, funders, and accrediting agencies acknowledge and reward research that has an impact on diverse stakeholders, especially research that contributes to better business and a better world.
Principle 4-Valuing Both Basic and Applied Contributions: Business school deans, journal editors, funders, accrediting agencies, and other stakeholders respect and recognize contributions in both theoretical and applied research.
Principle 5-Valuing Plurality and Multidisciplinary Collaboration: Senior scholars, journal editors, funders, and accreditation agencies value diversity in research themes, methods, forms of scholarship, types of inquiry, and interdisciplinary collaboration to reflect the plurality and complexity of business and societal problems.
Principle 6-Sound Methodology: Business research implements sound scientific methods and processes in both quantitative and qualitative or both theoretical and empirical domains.