We are witnessing the emergence of a research field of responsible management focusing on how managers practice sustainability, responsibility, and ethics in the workplace. This development implies an emancipation of responsible management research from the educational context related of the …

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The Responsible Management Learning and Education Literature Base aims to support responsible management research and practice by providing an up-to-date compendium of responsible management learning and education publications. The Literature Base may help authors to position their work in the existing literature …

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The SAGE Handbook of Responsible Management Learning and Education co-edited by Dirk C. Moosmayer, Carole Parkes, and Kenneth G. Brown has been called a once-in-a-generation book. It offers both time-tested and forward-thinking perspectives for everyone interested in learning and education …

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The Research Handbook of Responsible Management co-edited by Oliver Laasch, Roy Suddaby, R. Edward Freeman, and Dima Jamali is out now. This landmark publication features unique contributions of both iconic pioneers and ‘future stars’, contributing 49 chapters that discuss all …

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The Journal of Business Ethics (JBE) special issue on responsible management learning co-edited by Oliver Laasch, Dirk C. Moosmayer, Stefan Schaltegger, and Elena P. Antonacopoulou features eight articles exploring the responsible management learning that takes place in the managerial workplace and …

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 (For downloading the full paper, please click here) Abstract: Humanistic management practices are often perceived as ‘unrealistic’, as they stand in steep contrast to ‘normal’ business reality shaped by the commercial logic of neoclassic economics. The conceptual lens of performative …

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(For downloading the full paper, please click here) JUST OLD WINE IN NEW BOTTLES? CONCEPTUAL SHIFTS IN THE EMERGING FIELD OF RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT Oliver Laasch, University of Nottingham Ningbo Abstract. While responsible management increasingly consolidates as a field of study, the question …

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