Journal of Responsible Innovation: Institutionalising Responsible Innovation

As regular readers will know, in 2023 the Journal of Responsible Innovation changed format. Volume 10 was not divided into three issues as those previous, but contributions were added throughout the year. The volume featured several thematic collections, the first of which Engagement of Publics was reviewed here. In this post we take a look ... Journal of Responsible Innovation: Institutionalising Responsible Innovation

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Glocalism. Ten Years of Culture, Politics and Innovation

To celebrate the ten-year anniversary of Glocalism: Journal of Culture, Politics and Innovation, Piero Bassetti (President of the Bassetti Foundation and Globus and Locus) and Davide Cadeddu (Editor in Chief of Glocalism) have edited an open access collection of articles for publication through Milan University Press. In the editorial that precedes this collection, Bassetti, Cadeddu ... Glocalism. Ten Years of Culture, Politics and Innovation

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Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 9, Issue 3

This issue contains six research articles, opening with Challenges in the implementation of responsible researchand innovation across Horizon 2020 from Raúl Tabarés, Anne Loeber, Mika Nieminen, Michael J. Bernstein,Erich Griessler, Vincent Blok, Joshua Cohen, Helmut Hönigmayer, Ulrike Wunderle and Elisabeth Frankus. Based on policy document analysis as a series of interviews carried out as part ... Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 9, Issue 3

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Call For Papers, Glocalism: Longevity and Globalisation

Glocalism, journal of Culture, politics and innovation has published a call for papers that address the issue of longevity and globalization. This fully open-access journal as well as arguments around longevity may be familiar to regular readers as they both have close ties to the Bassetti Foundation. Call For Papers, Glocalism 2023, Issue 2: Longevity ... Call For Papers, Glocalism: Longevity and Globalisation

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Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 9, Issue 2

As regular readers might imagine, Issue 2 opens with Erik Fisher‘s Editorial, in this case Responding to difference in and for RI. Fisher identifies the theme of responding to difference in and for responsible innovation as being salient to this issue, described as ‘a rich selection of scholarly treatments of difference in the framings, strategies, ... Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 9, Issue 2

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Volume 9, Issue 1 of the Journal of Responsible Innovation Reviewed

Volume 9 opens with Erik Fisher’s Editorial Engaging with societal challenges in responsible innovation, in which the Editor in Chief describes how the issue considers some of the ways in which grand societal challenges have been invoked, framed, and addressed by scientific researchers, university administrators, global actors, and the responsible research and innovation (RRI) community ... Volume 9, Issue 1 of the Journal of Responsible Innovation Reviewed

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Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 8, Issue 3 – review

The third issue of Volume 8 of the Journal of Responsible Innovation opens with Erik Fisher‘s editorial, Responsible Innovation Through a Multiplicity of Approaches. Fisher explains the diversity of approaches and fields (human genome editing, digitized energy and automated vehicles, urban innovation, the circular economy to name several) represented in the issue, before offering an ... Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 8, Issue 3 – review

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Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 8-2. Special issue: RRI Futures

Special issue: RRI Futures – Learning from a decade of Responsible Research and Innovation; Guest Editors: Michiel van Oudheusden and Clare Shelley-Egan The Special Issue opens with the editorial piece RRI futures: ends and beginnings, in which Journal Editor in Chief Erik Fisher offers an overview of the development of the concept and practices behind ... Journal of Responsible Innovation, Volume 8-2. Special issue: RRI Futures

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Collective food procurement as responsible innovation

Collective food procurement is an emerging phenomenon at multiple levels, well beyond purchasing: for example through foraging and self-production; short food chains and direct sales; or food governance through local institutions, but also through networks of NGOs. The Food Citizens? project has comparatively investigated in the cities of Gdańsk (Poland), Rotterdam (the Netherlands) and Turin ... Collective food procurement as responsible innovation

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Journal of Responsible Innovation, Vol 8, Issue 1 reviewed

The first issue of Volume 8 of the Journal of Responsible Innovation was released in May of 2021, an important milestone for the Journal as it was the first to be open access from its day of publication. In this post we offer an overview of this groundbreaking issue. The volume opens with Erik Fisher’s ... Journal of Responsible Innovation, Vol 8, Issue 1 reviewed

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Two Recent Academic Publications from Bassetti Foundation Collaborators

As regular readers will know, the Bassetti Foundation holds a prominent position at the meeting point of policy focused and academic focused debate around Responsible Innovation, contemporarily holding a seat on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Responsible Innovation (JRI) and coordinating both the Lombardy Regional Forum for Research and Innovation and the TRANSFORM ... Two Recent Academic Publications from Bassetti Foundation Collaborators

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Luck as a challenge for the responsible governance of science and technology. JRI Special Issue part 2.

In this post we take a look at the second recent Open Access Special Issue offered by the Journal of Responsible Innovation: Luck as a challenge for the responsible governance of science and technology. In their introduction and overview of the various contributions to this Special Issue, Editors Martin Sand and Samantha Copeland describe the ... Luck as a challenge for the responsible governance of science and technology. JRI Special Issue part 2.

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