The promise of digitalization and artificial intelligence:
Implications for responsible management education
and moving forward with the SDGs
Chur, Switzerland; 18th – 21st October 2020
As part of our university’s commitment to champion responsible management and the United Nations’ Agenda 2030, we are pleased to invite the members of the global PRME community to join us this year in the beautiful alpine landscape of Switzerland for the RME Research Conference 2020.
We invite contributions from a wide range of disciplinary traditions that explore responsible management issues from both conceptual and practical perspectives, and we encourage contributions, which are multi-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary in nature. We welcome contributions that can be of a conceptual, qualitative or quantitative nature.
Contributions to the conference, i.e. to its streams, can be submitted in the form of abstracts (up to 200 words), extended abstracts (up to 1,000 words), working papers (research-in-progress) (up to 2,500 words) or full papers (up to 6,000 words, excluding references).
The conference will feature an AMLE Paper Development Workshop (PDW). This PDW provides a space for members of the RME community to receive feedback on their research-in-progress pieces and to further develop them for possible submission to AMLE or other relevant outlets. PDW places will be limited and competitive; those submitting working papers who wish to be considered for inclusion in the PDW should indicate this during the submission process.
The submissions window opens on 1st May 2020. The link will be available on the conference website on this date (www.fhgr.ch/rmerc-2020). To be accepted, contributions must be submitted only through this website. All submissions must be in English. Each accepted contribution must be accompanied by at least one full conference registration at the speaker rate. The submission deadline is 31st May 2020.
We invite scholars and practitioners from the business sustainability network to participate. We encourage contributions, which address the following topical streams:
Stream 1: Alleviate poverty and hunger
Stream 2: Ensure healthy lives and well-being
Stream 3: Achieve equality
Stream 4: Explore the role of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and PRME in sustainable development
Stream 5: Ensure quality responsible management education, teaching and learning
Stream 6: Promote responsible leadership
Stream 7: Expand research on responsible management
Stream 8: Promote responsible economic growth and decent work
Stream 9: Ensure responsible production and consumption patterns
Stream 10: Explore the role of sustainable development in developed and emerging economies
Stream 11: Alleviate climate change and provide clean energy
Stream 12: Promote strong institutions and reduce corruption
Stream 13: Foster partnerships and dialogue on sustainable development
Stream 14: Assess and measure the impact of responsibility efforts
Stream 15: Conference general stream
An extended version of our call for contributions with more information on the themes covered by the streams is available on our website: www.fhgr.ch/rmerc-2020
18th October 2020 Arrival and informal get-together in the evening
19th and 20th October 2020 Conference
21st October 2020 Topic-related field trip (optional)
University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons,
Pulvermühlestrasse 57, 7000 Chur, Switzerland
1st May 2020 Submissions window opens
31st May 2020 Deadline for contributions submission
10th July 2020 Notification of accepted contributions
31st August 2020 Deadline for early-bird registration
9th October 2020 Deadline for regular registration
For more information on the conference, please visit www.fhgr.ch/rmerc-2020
or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org