IFSAM Online Research Panel
AI Frontiers in Management Research: Embracing Possibilities, Governing Perils
Monday 4 December 2023
The introduction of Chat-GPT at the end of 2022 marks the latest milestone in the application of, and discourse about, artificial intelligence (AI) in management research. In the past years, we have seen an increasing number of articles published on the topic, as well as editorials in most of the top journals. The dominant narrative is that AI presents possibilities that we should embrace, while an emerging stream of research adopts a more critical stance and cautions about the risks that AI also entails. How are the perils to be governed, while possibilities are embraced? What role should the different stakeholders play in harnessing the AI frontiers in management research?
At this IFSAM Research seminar, an international panel of leading researchers, journal editors, publishers, and leaders of quality assurance networks will engage in a discussion on the perils and possibilities of bringing AI into the process of management research, from researching and writing to publishing and assessing quality. In short presentations, the speakers will articulate their viewpoint, which will inform the plenary discussion.
This 90-minutes event is open to IFSAM members, other interested scholars, and wider audiences.
Christine Moser, Deputy VP Research, IFSAM; Associate Professor, VU Amsterdam
Silviya Svejenova, VP Research, IFSAM; Professor, Copenhagen Business School
Cristina Alaimo, Assistant Professor, LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome
Ziyad Marar, President, Global Publishing at SAGE Publishing
Renate Meyer, Professor, WU Vienna & Copenhagen Business School, Co-spokesperson of The Organization and Management Editors’ Network (OMEN), and former editor-in-chief of Organization Studies
Alketa Peci, Professor, Fundação Getulio Vargas, FGV and editor-in-chief of the Brazilian Journal of Public Administration (Revista de Administração Pública – RAP)