This webinar from the Sustainable and Responsible Business SIG introduces BAM community to the contemporary dialogues in the area of research ethics. Although ethics can be taken for granted in our research and scholarly activities, it is important that management scholars, ECRs and doctoral students are abreast with the latest developments in the field thus ensuring professional integrity and high quality of the research outputs.
The recent and fast-paced developments in the areas such as data protection, research with vulnerable participants, and increasing use of internet and social media channels in research, warrants re-examination of our research skills from the ethics standpoint. For the BAM community, as a flagship scholarly community in management, attention to research ethics and the continuous development of professional expertise in this area are critical to ensuring quality, reputation and credibility of the work we do.
The webinar features the world-class speakers on research ethics in social sciences including representation from Social Research Association (UK), Associate of Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy (Australia) and major funding bodies, Economic and Social Research Council and UKRI. Webinar participants will have an opportunity to speak to a panel of experts throughout the event and explore the most up-to-date guidance for research ethics in management research and funding applications.
Sustainable and Responsible Business SIG
Who Should Attend?
The event speaks to Sections A1, A2, A3, C1, C2 and C3, as detailed in the BAM Framework
Graham Farrant, The Social Research Association Chief executive of the SRA since 2012
Dr Helen Kara, Independent Researcher and Scholar ERC (European Research Council) ethics expert and member of SRA Ethics Forum. Author of Research Ethics in the Real World (2018, Policy Press)
Dr Simon Anderson, Independent Research Consultant Highly experienced applied policy researcher, commissioner and manager. ERC (European Research Council) ethics expert (since 2015), Chair of Stirling University UREC (University Research Ethics Committee) 2010-19, associate consultant with AHRECS (Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy - international research ethics consultancy)
Jade Ouimet-Fortin, UKRI Senior Strategy Advisor working in UKRI’s Corporate Hub with a specific focus on Research & Innovation Culture and Ethics, including coordinating the curation of the Good Research Resources Hub and Ethical Implications of Research Programme
Jo Duffy, Economic and Social Research Council Senior Research Policy Manager within ESRC’s Governance and Policy Team, with specific responsibility for Ethics and Research Integrity, Complaints, Peer Review policy and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. Served as Panel Secretary for one of ESRC’s standing Grants Assessment Panels for five years and has substantial experience of research commissioning
Dr Polina Baranova, University of Derby, Co-Chair of BAM Sustainable and Responsible Business SIG
Benefits of attending
- access the latest developments and trends in research ethics in management
- improve their understanding of vulnerability in social research
- gain first-hand information from ESCR and UKRI on the research ethics element in funding bids
- have the opportunity to ask research ethics questions to a panel of world-class experts
- gain networking and career development opportunities
BAM Members: Free
BAM Student Members: Free
Non-Members, Students: £15