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Responsabilité sociétale des enseignants-chercheurs en management

Abstract : Business scholars work in an increasingly complex world facing many major challenges such as health crises, the fight against global warming, poverty and exclusion, the crisis of representativeness. While the social responsibility of the scholars is nowadays well established, the meaning of their engagement is not always unanimous. Debate persists between those who are in favor of the engaged scholarship which is considered useful to organizations and society and the ones who are against it. This contribution is in line with the approach of engaged scholarship developed by Andrew Van De Ven. The objective is to understand complex problems, by integrating others' perspectives in a framework that enables the progress of knowledge for theory and practice. How does the application of engaged scholarship promote the social responsibility of scholars in management vis-à-vis the various stakeholders? To answer this research question, we analyze the relationship between engaged scholarship and scholars' social responsibility from a theoretical point of view, and through a new course carried out at ESC Clermont Business school from an empirical point of view.
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Elda Nasho Ah-Pine. Responsabilité sociétale des enseignants-chercheurs en management. Management & Sciences Sociales, 2021, Responsabilité sociétale des enseignants-chercheurs en management, 30, pp.66-80. ⟨hal-03768521⟩



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