Routledge studies in innovation, organization and technology.
Responsible Research and Innovation provides a comprehensive and impartial overview of the European Commission's Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) framework, including discussion of both the meaning and aims of the concept, and of its practical application.As a governance framework for research and innovation, RRI involves four key perspectives: ethical, economic/business, legal and governance and political. The book is organised into chapters covering these different dimensions. The authors provide different viewpoints on these aspects, in order to offer guidance from experts in the field, while at the same time acknowledging the interpretative openness of the RRI frameworks.
Formatted Contents Note
part, Part I Ethical features of Responsible Research and Innovation chapter Introduction: RRI: A critical-constructive approach / ROBERT GIANNI BERNARD REBER JOHN PEARSON chapter 1 The discourse of responsibility: A social perspective / ROBERT GIANNI chapter 2 Responsibility beyond consequentialism: The EEE approach to responsibility in the face of epistemic constraints / ARMIN GRUNWALD chapter 3 Taking moral responsibility seriously to foster Responsible Research and Innovation / BERNARD REBER part, Part II The political dimension of Responsible Research and Innovation chapter 4 Technocracy versus experimental learning in RRI: On making the most of RRI's interpretative flexibility / PIM KLAASSEN MICHELLE RIJNEN SARA VERMEULEN FRANK KUPPER chapter 5 Ever deeper research and innovation governance?: Assessing the uptake of RRI in member states' research and innovation programmes / JOHN PEARSON chapter 6 Policy relevance and the concept of responsible research and innovation / ANNA-LENA GUSKE AND KLAUS JACOB part, Part III Avoiding the instrumentalization of Responsible Research and Innovation chapter 7 Responsible research and innovation between "New Governance" and fundamental rights / SIMONE ARNALDI GUIDO GORGONI ELENA PARIOTTI chapter 8 What are the conditions for the ethical implementation of RRI?: Responsible governance and second-order reflexivity / ROBERT GIANNI PHILIPPE GOUJON chapter 9 RRI versus neo-liberal governance / VIRGIL LENOIR part, Part IV The innovative management of Responsible Research and Innovation chapter 10 Challenging the ideal of transparency as a process and as an output variable of Responsible Innovation: The case of "The Circle" / VINCENT BLOK, ROB LUBBERINK, HENK VAN DEN BELT, chapter 11 From responsible-innovation to innovation-care: Beyond constraints, a holistic approach of innovation / XAVIER PAVIE chapter 12 Responsibility in research and innovation: The potential of care ethics / SOPHIE PELLÉ chapter 13 Design-thinking approach to ethical (responsible) technological innovation / GANESH NATHAN.