After years of responsible management education practice development, we now see an increasing attention to publishable and published research. The Responsible Management Literature Base aims to support responsible management research and practice by providing an up-to-date compendium of responsible management (education) publications. The Literature Base may either help authors to position their work in the existing literature, or practitioners to ground their practice in research. A document is included if it refers to responsible management, responsible management education, or the Principles for Responsible Management Education in their respective title. A source is not included if it refers to contents that are peripheral and little relevant understandings of responsible management (education) as framed in the context of practices related to the Principles for Responsible Management Education network. An example for a source that would not be included is Gardner’s book “Monitoring forest biodiversity: Improving conservation through ecologically-responsible management”. If you know a source that qualifies for inclusion, but which is not on this list yet, please let us know here. The list is updated on a regular basis.
The Literature Base
-Updated on 5th of March 2017-
Alcaraz, J. & Thiruvattal, E., 2010. An interview with Manuel Escudero, The United Nations’ Principles for Responsible Management Education: A global call for sustainability. Academy of Management Learning & Education, Volume 9(3), pp. 542–550.
Alcaraz, Jose., Marcinkowska, M.W., and Thiruvattal, E., 2011. The UN-principles for responsible management education: sharing (and evaluating) information on progress. Journal of Global Responsibility 2(2), pp. 151-169.
Araç, S. K. & Madran, C., 2014. Business school as an initiator of the transformation to sustainability: A content analysis for business schools in PRME. Social Business, 4(2), pp. 137-152.
Blasco, M., 2012. Aligning the hidden curriculum of management education with PRME: An inquiry-based framework. Journal of Management Education, 36(3), pp. 364-388.
Burchell, J., Murray, A. & Kennedy, S., 2014. Responsible management education in UK business schools: Critically examining the role of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education as a driver for change. Management Learning, 46(4), pp. 479–497.
Carteron, J.C., Haynes, K., Murray, A., 2014. Education for sustainable development, the UNGC PRME initiative, and the sustainability literacy test: Measuring and assessing success. SAM Advanced Management Journal 79 (4), pp. 51-58.
Cornuel, E. & Hommel, U., 2015. Moving beyond the rhetoric of responsible management education. Journal of Management Development, 34(1), pp. 2-15.
Csuri, M., Laasch, O., Nahser, R. & Weybrecht, G., 2013. Inspirational guide for the implementation of PRME: Learning to go beyond. Sheffield: Greenleaf.
Doherty, B., Meehan, J. & Richards, A., 2015. The business case and barriers for responsible management education in business schools. Journal of Management Development, 34(1), pp. 34-60.
Dyllick, T., 2015. Responsible management education for a sustainable world: The challenges for business schools. Journal of Management Development, 34(1), pp. 16-33.
Ennals, R., Springer. Responsible management: Corporate social responsibility and working life. New York: Springer.
Forray, J. M. & Leigh, J. S., 2012. A primer on the principles of responsible management education intellectual roots and waves of change. Journal of Management Education, 36(6), pp. 295-309.
Forray, J., Leigh, J., & Kenworthy, A. L., 2015. Special section cluster on responsible management education: Nurturing an emerging PRME ethos. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 14(2), pp. 293-296.
Global CompactCompact, 2007. The Principles for Responsible Management Education, New York: United Nations.
Godemann, J., Haertle, J., Herzig, C. & Moon, J., 2014. United Nations supported principles for responsible management education: Purpose, progress and prospects. Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 62, pp. 16-23.
Goodpaster, Kenneth E., T., Maines, D., Naughton, M. & Shapiro, B., 2017. Using UNPRME to teach, research, and enact business ethics: Insights from the Catholic identity matrix for business schools.” Journal of Business Ethics [DOI 10.1007/s10551-017-3434-5].
Haski-Leventhal, D., Pournader, M. & McKinnon, A., 2016. The role of gender and age in business students’ values, CSR attitudes, and responsible management education: Learnings from the PRME international survey. Journal of Business Ethics [DOI 10.1007/s10551-015-2936-2].
Hibbert, P. & Cunliffe, A., 2015. Responsible management: Engaging moral reflexive practice through threshold concepts. Journal of Business Ethics, 127(1), pp. 177-188.
Hilliard, I., 2013. Responsible management, incentive systems, and productivity. Journal of Business Ethics, 118(2), 365-377.
Laasch, O. & Conaway, R. N., 2015. Principles of responsible management: Glocal sustainability, responsibility, ethics. Mason: Cengage.
Laasch, O. & Conaway, R. N., 2016. Responsible business: The textbook for management learning, competence and innovation. 2nd ed. Sheffield: Greenleaf.
Laasch, O., & Moosmayer, D. (2015). Competences for responsible management education: A structured literature review. CRME Working Papers, 1(2).
Lavine, M. H. & Roussin, C. J., 2012. From idea to action: Promoting responsible management education through a semester-long academic integrity learning project. Journal of Management Education, 36(3), pp. 428-455.
Lenn, J. D., 2015. Reviews Principles of Responsible Management: Glocal Sustainability, Responsibility, and Ethics by Oliver Laasch and Roger N. Conaway, 2015. 558 pages, paperback. Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 14(2), pp. 299-301.
Louw, J., 2014. Paradigm change or no change at all? A critical reading of the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education. Journal of Management Education, 39(2), pp. 184-208.
Maloni, M. J., Smith, S. D. & Napshin, S., 2012. A methodology for building faculty support for the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education. Journal of Management Education, 36(3), pp. 312-336.
Mocny, F. & Laasch, O., 2010. Inspirational guide: Implementing the PRME in executive degree programs, New York: United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education.
Moosmayer, D., 2015. Inspirational guide for the implementation of PRME. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 14(2), pp. 303-306.
Murray, A. et al., 2014. Inspirational guide for the implementation of PRME: UK and Ireland edition. Sheffield: Greenleaf.
Nhamo, S. & Nhamo, G., 2014. Assessing progress in implementing UN PRME: International perspectives and lessons from South Africa. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 12(1), pp. 95-108.
Nonet, G., Kassel, K. & Meijs, L., 2016. Understanding responsible management: Emerging themes and variations from European business school programs. Journal of Business Ethics, 139(4), pp. 717–736.
Ogunyemi, K., 2012. “Responsible management: Understanding human nature, ethics, and sustainability. New York: Business Expert Press.
Painter-Morland, M., 2015. Philosophical assumptions undermining responsible management education. Journal of Management Development, 34(1), pp. 61-75.
Perry, M. & Win, S., 2013. An evaluation of PRME’s contribution to responsibility in higher education. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, Volume 49, pp. 48-70.
Principles for Responsible Management Education, 2012. Inspirational guide for the implementation of PRME: Placing sustainability at the heart of management education. Sheffield: GSE research.
Rasche, A., & Escudero, M. (2009). Leading Change the Role of the Principles for Responsible Management Education. Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts-und Unternehmensethik, 10(2), 244-250.
Rasche, A. & Gilbert, D. U., 2015. Decoupling responsible management education: Why business schools may not walk their talk. Journal of Management Inquiry, 24(3), pp. 239-252.
Rimanoczy, I. (2016). Stop teaching: Principles and practices for responsible management education (PRME Book Collection). New York: Business Expert Press.
Sharma, R., Csuri, M. & Ogunyemi, K., 2017. Managing responsibility: A sourcebook for an alternative paradigm. New York: Business Expert Press.
Sobczak, A., & Mukhi, U. (2015). The role of UN Principles for Responsible Management Education in stimulating organizational learning for global responsibility within business schools: An interview with Jonas Haertle. Journal of Management Inquiry, [DOI 1056492615618027].
Solitander, N., Fougère, M., Sobczak, A. & Herlin, H., 2012. We are the champions: Organizational learning and change for responsible management education. Journal of Management Education, 36(3), pp. 337-363.
Sunley, R., & Leigh, J. (2016). Educating for responsible management: Putting theory into practice. Sheffield: Greenleaf.
Tripathi, S. K., Amann, W., & Kamuzora, F. R., 2013. Developing responsible managers for new generation organizations: Why existing business education system needs humanistic shift? IBA Jounal of Management and Leadership, 5(1), 56-63.
Verbos, A. K. & Humphries, M. T., 2015. Indigenous wisdom and the PRME: Inclusion or illusion?. Journal of Management Development, 34(1), pp. 90-100.
Verkerk, M. J., Leede, J., & Nijhof, A. H., 2001. From responsible management to responsible organizations: The democratic principle for managing organizational ethics. Business and Society Review, 4(106), pp. 353-379.
Waddock, S., Rasche, A., Werhane, P. H. & Unruh, G., 2010. The Principles for Responsible Management Education: Where do we go from here?. In: D. Fisher & D. Swanson, eds. Got ethics? Toward assessing business education. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing, pp. 13-28.
Wankel, C., & Stachowicz-Stanusch, A. (2014). Principles for responsible management education: A pathway to management education for integrity. Organization and Management, 1(B), pp. 37-59.
Young, S., & Nagpal, S. (2013). Meeting the growing demand for sustainability-focused management education: A case study of a PRME academic institution. Higher Education Research & Development, 32(3), pp. 493-506.