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Monitoring the evolution and benefits of responsible research and Innovation (MoRRI) – a preliminary framework for RRI dimensions & indicators

AuthorsMeijer, Ingeborg; Mejlgaard, Niels; Woolley, Richard ; Rafols, Ismael ; Wroblewski, Angela
Issue Date2016
CitationOECD Blue Sky III (2016)
AbstractThere has been a growing focus,among both policymakers and researchers, on ideas of responsible research and innovation, as a way to ensure that new sources of public value are captured. The EC defines RRI as “a process where all societal actors (researchers, citizens, policy makers, business, third sector norganisations etc) work together during the whole R&I process in order to better align R&I outcomes to the values, needs and expectations of European society”. In operational terms, it brings together under the RRI umbrella dimensions of engagement, gender, education, open access, ethics and governance. RRI is a highly relevant area for policy. Therefore the EC has commissioned a study on ‘Monitoring the Evolution and Benefits of Responsible Research and Innovation’ (MoRRI). It contributes conceptual work on RRI, provides extensive exploration of existing metrics capturing RRI, and develops new indicators requiring primary data collection. Indicator development is based upon an intervention logic that builds mainly on the five dimensions mentioned complemented by the horizontal dimension of governance. Monitoring is suggested to build upon a set of 6x6 indicators that were selected from a broader number of potential indicators that were validated in a multi-level process. Initial data collection was used to testing these indicators, whereby the emphasis is put on using both quantitative and qualitative methods for all areas.
DescriptionMoRRI consortium.-- et al
Trabajo presentado a la 21st International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators: "Peripheries, frontiers and beyond", celebrada en Valencia (España) del 14 al 16 de septiembre de 2016.
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