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Title Responsible innovation 3 : a European agenda? / Lotte Asveld [and five others] editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]

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Subject Technological innovations -- European Union countries.
Research, Industrial -- European Union countries.
Sustainable development -- European Union countries.
Alt Name Asveld, Lotte,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction: Responsible Research andA Innovation forA Sustainability -- 1.1 Facing Twenty-First Century Challenges -- 1.2 Responsible Research andA Innovation -- 1.3 Responsible Innovation 3: AA European Agenda? -- References -- Part I: Unravelling the Concept of RRI -- Chapter 2: Economic, Technological, andA Socio-Aepistemological Drivers Behind RRI -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Economic Crisis andA Anticipation -- 2.3 New Social Media andA Stakeholder Inclusion -- 2.4 Disorganized Scepticism andA Reflexivity
2.5 Intimate Technologies andA Responsiveness2.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Mapping theA RRI Landscape: AnA Overview ofA Organisations, Projects, Persons, AreasA andA Topics -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Methodology -- 3.2.1 Data Collection -- 3.2.2 Data Analysis -- 3.2.3 Limitations -- 3.3 Landscape Study -- 3.3.1 Actors -- 3.3.2 Connections Between Actors -- 3.3.3 Areas Implicated -- 3.3.4 Terms ofA Addressing -- 3.4 Conclusion andA Recommendations -- Appendix I: Coding Rules Used forA Deductive Thematic Coding -- References
Chapter 4: a#x80;#x9C;Response-able Practicesa#x80;#x9D; or a#x80;#x9C;New Bureaucracies ofA Virtuea#x80;#x9D;: TheA Challenges ofA Making RRI Work inA Academic Environments4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Hope andA Promise: Efforts toA Define RRI -- 4.3 RRI inA Academic Practice: Conceptual Reflections -- 4.4 Narrative Infrastructures andA How They Participate inA Shaping Epistemic Living Spaces -- 4.5 Articulating theA Three Narrative Clusters -- 4.6 Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Chapter 5: The Conceptualization ofA RRI: AnA Iterative Approach -- 5.1 Introduction
5.2 Laying theA Path While Walking It: Outline ofA Our Iterative Exploration ofA What RRI Means5.3 Five Components ofA RRI -- 5.3.1 Purpose -- 5.3.2 Products -- 5.3.3 Processes -- 5.3.4 Preconditions -- 5.3.5 People -- 5.4 Looking Forward -- References -- Chapter 6: Responsible Innovation inA Developing Countries: AnA Enlarged Agenda -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Problem ofA Importing Theoretical Frameworks inA STI Policy -- 6.3 What Is Responsible (Research and) Innovation? -- 6.4 Responsible Innovation andA Socio-economic Development inA Developing Countries
6.5 A a#x80;#x98;Responsiblea#x80;#x99; Agenda forA Innovation inA Developing Countries6.5.1 Expand theA Scope ofA Responsible Innovation BeyondA Emerging Technologies -- 6.5.2 Contentious Politics asA Part ofA theA Process ofA Social Acceptability ofA Technologies -- 6.5.3 A Global View ofA Innovation Value-Chains -- 6.5.4 Strengthen theA Theoretical Link BetweenA Responsible andA Inclusive Innovation -- 6.5.5 The Importance ofA Establishing Mechanisms forA Intercultural Dialogue -- 6.6 Conclusion -- References -- Part II: Organising RRI: Application, Actors and Approaches
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 18, 2017).
Summary This book offers a comprehensive overview of current developments in the field of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). Divided into three parts, the book first presents reflections on the concept of RI from various angles: how did it come about, who is involved and how might in be applied in various contexts, such as the academic environment or in developing countries. The second part discusses the actual application of RRI to technology development: for climate engineering, water management and energy technology along with a general discussion on how to integrate RRI in innovation trajectories. The last part offers a closer look at the application of RRI to the business context. This part offers lessons from comparable concepts such as social and sustainability innovation as well as insights from two case-studies, one in the food sector and the other in data management. As a whole, the book contributes to the ongoing development of the framework of RRI by giving an overview of the state-of-the art research, presenting the lessons learned from several case studies, and showing the way for future application of RI in other fields and cultural contexts, such as industry and developing countries.
ISBN 9783319648347 (electronic bk.)
3319648349 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-64834-7
OCLC # 1005353846
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319648330.

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