Nueva publicación: Journal of Responsible Innovation

Nueva publicación abierta de Taylor & Francis: Journal of Responsible Innovation. La edición inaugural incluye cuatro artí­culos de investigación, papers de discusión y sus respuestas así­ como rese°as y perspectivas.

 

Main theme contents

new product development and perceptions of responsible innovation in the financial sector,
mapping discussions and ideals about the responsibility of science towards society,
principles of precaution and proaction as guides for policy
absence of politics in discussions about responsible innovation.
The issue also includes a discussion paper and responses, and a section of Perspectives and Reviews. These pieces are intended to broaden the journal’s appeal by including challenging, provocative scholarship in different forms.

Aims & Scope

The Journal of Responsible Innovation (JRI) provides a forum for discussions of ethical, social and governance issues that arise in a society that places great emphasis on innovation. It will also offer an opportunity to articulate, strengthen and critique perspectives about the role of responsibility in the research and development process.

 

Articles:

Responsible innovation: motivations for a new journal
David H. Guston, Erik Fisher, Armin Grunwald, Richard Owen, Tsjalling Swierstra & Simone van der Burg

Governance of new product development and perceptions of responsible innovation in the financial sector: insights from an ethnographic case study
Keren Asante, Richard Owen & Glenn Williamson

Mapping ‘social responsibility’ in science
Cecilie Glerup & Maja Horst

Knowledge kills action – why principles should play a limited role in policy-making
J. Britt Holbrook & Adam Briggle

 

Discussion paper

Where are the politics in responsible innovation? European governance, technology assessments, and beyond
Michiel van Oudheusden

 

The first issue of Journal of Responsible Innovation to be published with Routledge is out now, and all articles are currently free to view online.

View this issue’s Table of Contents

 

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