Our goal for responsible management
We aim to champion researchers, practitioners, policymakers and organisations who share our goals of contributing to a more ethical, responsible and sustainable way of working. Where institutions recognise that governance should be just, lawful and built on ethical and sustainable practices, we will work with them to facilitate the real impact of what they do. We look forward to working with institutions that lead with integrity and are underpinned by robust management systems, and that are educating future leaders across all industries.
If this aligns with your institution’s vision, and if you’re passionate about decent work for all that doesn’t discriminate or cause harm to economies, communities or resources, then we want to support you in ensuring your work reaches a wide audience with real-world impact.
Jo Jones, Publishing Development Manager, Responsible Management.
If you would like to know more or see your work shared here with the wider community, please do get in touch with Jo Jones. Get in touch.
Our goal for responsible management
We want to work with others who share our goal of contributing to a more ethical, responsible and sustainable way of working.
Framework development for the prevention of food loss and waste: An analysis along the fresh food supply chain
The 2022 winner of the Emerald & EFMD outstanding doctoral research awards is Vanessa Sofia Melo Magalhães, who won for her work on food waste along fresh food supply chains.
See all our responsible management missions
We have collated a range of resources into themes relating to the UN SDG goals.
Related journal articles
A selection of our responsible management articles.
Calls for papers
Browse the latest calls for papers in the area of responsible management.
Below is a small selection of our responsible management titles. You can browse all related titles on the Emerald Bookstore, including access to free sample chapters. We have also selected a sample of eBooks that you will be able to read if your institution has access.
Responsible management gateway
This gateway sits on our open access platform, Emerald Open Research. All research published within the gateway is freely available to read, download and share.
About this gateway
This gateway aims to champion thought leadership by being both a critic and supporter of responsible management research, knowledge exchange and education.
Opinions & blogs
We welcome contributions from academics, policymakers and professionals about key issues in their area of work. If you have a blog you would like to share, let us know.
Fighting corruption in a globalised world
Corruption: an enduring challenge
Scandal and corruption in Congress
Western accountability in the global anti-corruption dynamic
Can anyone be in favour of corruption?
News & press
Below we have a collection of news articles centred around aspects of responsible management.
Emerald Publishing introduces new and improved employee benefits
Emerald Group signs up to The Menopause Workplace Pledge
Emerald's Vicky Williams to chair ALPSP gender diversity webinar
Emerald partners with Knowledge Unlatched to create an open access business management and economics eBooks collection aligned to the UN’s SDGs
Small-holding farmers and exploitative role of intermediaries
Race: accounting must make up the numbers
Your publishing development team
As the Publishing development manager working on Responsible Management and support contact for the Sustainable Food Systems Open Research Gateway, I look forward to working closely with your communities to develop the best pathways to dissemination of impactful research. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Richard Oloruntoba – Goal advisor
Richard is Supply Chain Management Discipline Lead and Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at Curtin Business School, Perth, Western Australia. Richard has background business experience in sales, freight forwarding and transport in Nigeria and the United Kingdom before beginning an academic career in 2001 at the Institute of Marine Studies, University of Plymouth, England. He has taught logistics and supply chain management in UK and Australian Universities for over 20 years, and has published several articles and book chapters in the area of logistics and supply chain management with a focus on humanitarian aid, disaster response and sustainability. He is a Senior Associate Editor of the International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management.