The Annual Conference Responsible Research Paper Prize recognizes a conference paper that best meets the goals of RRBM, with a special emphasis on papers that involve stakeholders such as organizations, policy makers, managers and consultants, besides academic scholars. Such involvement must be substantial, e.g., co-authorship, active involvement in provision and analysis of data, or co-development and implementation of practices.

In 2022, this award went to William Hurst of the University of Michigan for “Combating Sociopolitical Spillover With Countervailing Claims: Evidence From Charlottesville”.

Published Date
25 August 2023

Article Type
Awards News, Conference News


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