Responsible science and social impact of research in Administration

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Maria José Tonelli
Felipe Zambaldi

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Institutions and researchers are increasingly participating in the debate on turning research in business administration into a responsible science. For example, Responsible Research in Business and Management (RRBM) is supported by organizations such as The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME), and the United Nations (UN), and business schools such as Esade, Erasmus, St. Gallen, Carlson School of Management, and Aalto University. Furthermore, several Academy of Management board professors are involved in the RRBM network. Some principles of RRBM are as follows: “serving society; integrating different stakeholders in the research process; valuing research that contributes to a better world, both basic and applied research, plurality and multidisciplinarity, and both qualitative and quantitative methodologies; and promoting the dissemination of knowledge” (RRBM Network, 2018). In most cases, stakeholder engagement comes down to immediate issues of economic feasibility without considering the other issues involved (Davison, 2017).

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TONELLI, M. J.; ZAMBALDI, F. Responsible science and social impact of research in Administration. RAE - Revista de Administracao de Empresas , [S. l.], v. 58, n. 3, p. 215–216, 2018. DOI: 10.1590/S0034-759020180301. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fgv.br/rae/article/view/74955. Acesso em: 9 dec. 2023.
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