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China's New Alliance Capitalism and the Case of the Wireless Communication Sector [chapter]

Victoria Higgins
2015 Alliance Capitalism, Innovation and the Chinese State  
of key Chinese high-technology firms operating in the global wireless sector.  ...  in both facilitating and governing the parameters of global technological alliances and market construction.  ...  The Perils of Strategic Technological Development Policy: Two Failed Chinese Attempts, FDI and Techno-Nationalism  ... 
doi:10.1057/9781137529657_1 fatcat:u6vwn53hirdpzf6oe33g2mph2u

CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON THE AQUACULTURE SECTOR FOR EUROPEAN ISLANDS

Lena Schenke, Kyra Hoevenaars, Tamás Bardócz
2020 Zenodo  
One of the fast-growing Blue Growth sectors is aquaculture. Aquaculture accounts for 20% of the fish production in Europe.  ...  Climate change impacts and risks for the marine aquaculture sector on the islands were identified based on climate hazards, exposure and vulnerability factors such as sensitivity and adaptive capacity.  ...  We especially thanks to the SECPLA Vina del Mar and the Valparaiso regional Government.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4775788 fatcat:oszlppnfnraw7oez4kpl2saidq

Cultures of evidence across policy sectors: systematic review of qualitative evidence

Theo Lorenc, Elizabeth F. Tyner, Mark Petticrew, Steven Duffy, Fred P. Martineau, Gemma Phillips, Karen Lock
2014 European Journal of Public Health  
The budget comes from the City Council, which in turn receives its funds from different sources, such as the Flemish Government, the Government of the Province of Vlaams-Brabant and from the funds of cities  ...  Thanks also to the Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Affairs (DG SANCO) for providing the history of HiAP in the Commission.  ...  Implementation remains a challenge for HiAP and five aspects of key relevance in the context of implementation are Chapter 1 Principles and challenges of Health in All Policies Marita Sihto, Eeva Ollila  ... 
doi:10.1093/eurpub/cku038 pmid:24681818 fatcat:epveeb6j2bdbxhs3uwstwdylgi

Responsible innovation: its institutionalisation and a critique

Audley Genus, Marfuga Iskandarova
2018 Technological forecasting & social change  
The paper considers opportunities for and limitations of RI research and policy in connection with its potential to foster effective anticipatory governance of science and innovation while facilitating  ...  RI is prominent in debates and policies regarding the governance of research and innovation, particularly in the EU and USA.  ...  RI in the European Union, for example, is seen as an approach capable -albeit with some institutional development -of addressing 'grand challenges' in areas such as climate change and health (European  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2017.09.029 fatcat:3xkokxxlbvazrhqxzxvzayox5i

Governance framework report, recommendations, process descriptions and chart

Ewert Aukes, Gonzalo Ordóñez-Matamoros, Stefan Kuhlmann, Sanaz Honarmand Ebrahimi
2020 Zenodo  
Furthermore, the governance practices recommended for science diplomacy and the meta-principles for effective science diplomacy, which are made available also online in an interactive tool, are described  ...  We propose using meta-governance as a procedural lens and describe the understanding of the governance area of science diplomacy that underlies the meta-governance framework.  ...  Third, we sketch a basic conceptualization of the governance field of science diplomacy for addressing grand societal challenges from an innovation policy and governance studies perspective.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4730742 fatcat:koyfhthe6re6tl6urqx7q7clri

Consolidating RRI and Open Science: understanding the potential for transformative change

Clare Shelley-Egan, Mads Dahl Gjefsen, Rune Nydal
2020 Life Sciences, Society and Policy  
In our conclusion, we reflect on the future outlook for RRI and OS' co-existence and uptake, and on what their respective ambitions for transformation might mean for science-society scholars and scholarship  ...  We argue that while both agendas align with mission-oriented narratives around grand societal challenges, OS tends to emphasize efficiency and technical optimisation over RRI's emphasis on normative concerns  ...  An early version of this paper was presented at the ELSA Norway conference in November 2018. We are grateful to the participants for their feedback and suggestions for improvement.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40504-020-00103-5 pmid:32869131 fatcat:hcofq2ra2zebfk2uqyetdkqldq

The politics of anticipation: On knowing and governing environmental futures

Céline Granjou, Jeremy Walker, Juan Francisco Salazar
2017 Futures : The journal of policy, planning and futures studies  
In so doing we want to critically address the very contrasted contributions that the field of futures studies can make to collective agency and to reimagining collective ways of being on Earth.  ...  In this article we describe how the historical emergence and rise of future studies, since the founding issue of Futures in 1967, has been intricately connected to the emergence and development of environmental  ...  Neoliberal governments continue to forcefully brush aside obstacles to the expansion of the fossil fuel sector in the name of energy for economic growththe very process making the oceans an inhospitable  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.futures.2017.05.007 fatcat:kesrw5pv45f3vkgz7aiebkgt6i

Responsible, Inclusive Innovation and the Nano-Divide

Doris Schroeder, Sally Dalton-Brown, Benjamin Schrempf, David Kaplan
2016 NanoEthics  
At the same time, innovation governance systems are being put in place to ensure a better integration of stakeholder views into the research and development process.  ...  It may thus serve as a mediator concept between those who push solely for competitiveness considerations and those who push solely for justice considerations in nano-technology debates. (3) The descriptive  ...  Our interpretation of societal desirability does at least leave the door open for innovations that have the potential to benefit all of humanity without addressing the grand challenges.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11569-016-0265-2 pmid:27478517 pmcid:PMC4949307 fatcat:2akhzqmwpngm5fp44owlawqwgy

Educational AI: A Critical Exploration of Layers of Production and Productivity

Franz Krämer, Mediarep, Philipps Universität Marburg
2020 Digital Culture & Society  
Thirdly, regarding arising challenges for the sensitive area of education, educational AI's role in knowledge gathering practices both in educational research and big educational data analysis is addressed  ...  Regarding possible implications for teaching and learning, the article explores the production and productive effects of educational AI from sociology of knowledge/ of technology perspectives from three  ...  The author translated on his own citations from works not written in English.  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/13526 fatcat:mubizt2nyjgqhivbrj73mop5qa

Scenario planning to leap-frog the Sustainable Development Goals: An adaptation pathways approach

J.R.A. Butler, E.L. Bohensky, W. Suadnya, Y. Yanuartati, T. Handayani, P. Habibi, K. Puspadi, T.D. Skewes, R.M. Wise, I. Suharto, S.E. Park, Y. Sutaryono
2016 Climate Risk Management  
Whilst the vast majority of strategies were no regrets, some were potentially mal-adaptive, particularly for coastal areas and infrastructure.  ...  Workshops with stakeholders from different administrative levels identified drivers of change, an aspirational vision and explorative scenarios for livelihoods in 2090, and utilised normative back-casting  ...  We thank two anonymous reviewers and Peter Brown for their comments which greatly improved the paper. Appendix A.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.crm.2015.11.003 fatcat:k2cwhblaj5gkbgxvqksfli3yl4

Art-Science Collaboration in an EPSRC/BBSRC-Funded Synthetic Biology UK Research Centre

Michael Reinsborough
2020 NanoEthics  
The empirical evidence reviewed here supports the model I propose but additionally, points to the need to broaden the conception of and possible purposes, or motivations for art, for example, in the case  ...  researchers, institutional actors, publics and various stakeholders, there are potential challenges in effectively implementing collaborations as well as dangers in potentially instrumentalizing artistic  ...  A new "Grand Societal Challenges" model suggests research should be useful to society and address grand challenges in society and/or global society.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11569-020-00367-3 pmid:32435319 pmcid:PMC7228991 fatcat:ic6jiz5dmjdmfi2v5di7oywpgu

D 1.1 Stocktaking Report

Raul Tabarés Gutiérrez, Ezekiela Arrizabalaga, Mika Nieminen, Nina Rilla, Santtu Lehtinen, Jatta Tomminen
2020 Zenodo  
practices in the implementation of RRI, as well as carefully reflect on differences in terms of organisations, cultural factors, context requirements, drivers, barriers and challenges of RRI in the organisational  ...  The analysis was structured based on an initial framework around the two main topics for identifying and analysing focal key issues in literature and previous RRI projects: organizational change theory  ...  By engaging with stakeholders, research is expected to develop a better capacity for addressing the grand societal challenges in a more inclusive way."  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5113478 fatcat:pohyaky7sfcq7gqkgfbgak43ta

Fit4Rri D1.1 - Report On The Literature Review [article]

Luciano D'Andrea, Federico Luigi Marta, Nina Khama, Susanna Vase
2017 Zenodo  
This report includes the results of the Literature Review conducted under WP1 (Mapping and benchmarking) of the project "Fostering Improved Training Tools for Responsible Research and Innovation" (FIT4RRI  ...  or 'grand challenges».  ...  RRI in itself can, therefore, be defined as an "anticipatory process" or an approach favouring an "anticipatory governance" of science and technology.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1434349 fatcat:x7bre2eisfbuvciutmfze36tg4

Real-time technology assessment

David H. Guston, Daniel Sarewitz
2002 Technology in society  
and engineering research, and it can provide an explicit mechanism for observing, critiquing, and influencing social values as they become embedded in innovations.  ...  After placing real-time TA in the context of scholarship on technology assessment, the paper elaborates on this coordinated set of research tasks, using the example of nano-scale science and engineering  ...  , Elke Weber, and Neal Woodbury in the development of the concepts in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0160-791x(01)00047-1 fatcat:5kj3vnrhrvci5hnn24ozdk56de

Lists of Ethical, Legal, Societal and Economic Issues of Big Data Technologies

Bart Custers, Karolina La Fors, Magdalena Jozwiak, Keymolen Esther, Daniel Bachlechner, Michael Friedewald, Stefania Aguzzi
2017 Social Science Research Network  
constitute the main legal framework for the EU in the field of human rights.  ...  By analysing the normative scope of each of these human rights, looking at both legislation and case law of the European courts and the way in which big data technologies challenge different aspects of  ...  Literature that addressed any ethical, legal, societal and economic issues relevant in the context of big data technologies was selected for further processing.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3091018 fatcat:jzxrxnlgkfbj7lopywiyfi2iwy
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