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Monitoring the Evolution and Benefits of
Responsible Research and Innovation
(MoRRI)
– a preliminary framework for RRI
dim...
MoRRI Consortium
Ingeborg Meijer, Niels Mejlgaard, Ralf Lindner, Richard Woolley,
Ismael Rafols, Erich Griesler, Angela Wr...
Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)
2
….“a process where all societal
actors (researchers, citizens, policy
makers, ...
RRI dimensions (EC 2012)
3
•  Engagement
•  Gender equality
•  Science education
•  Open Access
•  Ethics
•  Governance
Towards indicators of RRI
•  State of the art
review
•  Stocktaking
•  Assessment
•  Development of
final set
•  Benefits
...
Indicators in progress
5
Public communication
Public consultation
Public deliberation
Public participation
Public activism...
Indicators in progress
6
SLSE1 Science curricula
SLSE2 RRI related training
SLSE3 Science
communication
SLSE4 Citizen scie...
Visioning workshop
7
Challenges for RRI (benefits)
•  Knowledge economy /
research excellence?
•  Mainstreaming potential
•  Invoke internation...
Thank you for your attention!
Want to know more.....contact me at
i.meijer@cwts.leidenuniv.nl
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Meijer - Monitoring the evolution and benefits of responsible research and innovation (MORRI)

  1. 1. Monitoring the Evolution and Benefits of Responsible Research and Innovation (MoRRI) – a preliminary framework for RRI dimensions & indicators Ingeborg Meijer Centre for Science and Technology Studies, Leiden University OECD Blue Sky Forum, Ghent 19 September 2016
  2. 2. MoRRI Consortium Ingeborg Meijer, Niels Mejlgaard, Ralf Lindner, Richard Woolley, Ismael Rafols, Erich Griesler, Angela Wroblewski, Susanne Buehrer, Jack Stilgoe, Lena Tsipouri, Nikos Maroulis & Viola Peter EC Service Contract RTD-B6-PP-00964-2013
  3. 3. Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) 2 ….“a process where all societal actors (researchers, citizens, policy makers, business, third sector organisations etc) work together during the whole R&I process, (Von Schomberg 2013) “… the on-going process of aligning research and innovation to the values, needs and expectations of society” (Rome declaration on Responsible Research and Innovation 2014). “… taking care of the future through collective stewardship of science and innovation in the present” (Stilgoe et al. 2013).
  4. 4. RRI dimensions (EC 2012) 3 •  Engagement •  Gender equality •  Science education •  Open Access •  Ethics •  Governance
  5. 5. Towards indicators of RRI •  State of the art review •  Stocktaking •  Assessment •  Development of final set •  Benefits •  Vision 4 EU coverage Country-level indicators Potential time-series
  6. 6. Indicators in progress 5 Public communication Public consultation Public deliberation Public participation Public activism Horizontal and vertical participation of women in research Structural change in institutions Gender in research content Open access Open data Ethical governance Ethical deliberation Ethical reflection Formal governance structures within RF and RP organisations Funding promoting RRI
  7. 7. Indicators in progress 6 SLSE1 Science curricula SLSE2 RRI related training SLSE3 Science communication SLSE4 Citizen scienceGE1 Share of RPOs with gender equality plans GE2 Share of female researchers by sector GE3 Share of RFOs promoting gender content in research GE4 Dissimilarity Index GE5 Share of RPOs with policies to promote gender in research content GE6 Glass Ceiling Index GE7 Gender Pay Gap GE8 Share of female heads of RPOs GE9 Share of gender-balanced recruitment committees at RPOs GE10 Number and share of female inventors and authors OA1 Open Access Literature OA2 Data publications and citations per country OA3 Social media outreach OA4 Public perception of Open Access OA5 Funder Mandates OA6 RPO support structures for researchers as regards incentives and barriers for data sharing E1 Ethics at the level of Universities E2 National Ethics Committees E3 Research Funding Organizations Ethics Index GOV1 Composite indicator: Governance for responsible research and innovation GOV2 Existence of formal governance structures for RRI within RF and RP organisations GOV3 Share of research funding and performing organisations promoting RRI PE1 Models of public involvement in S&T decision making PE2 Policy-oriented engagement with science PE3 Citizen preferences for active participation in S&T decision making PE4 Active information search about controversial technology PE5 Public engagement performance mechanisms at the level of research institutions PE6 Dedicated resources for PE PE7 Embedment of PE activities in the funding structure of key public research funding agencies PE8 Public engagement elements as evaluative criteria in research proposal evaluations PE9 R&I democratization index PE10 National infrastructure for involvement of citizens and societal actors in research and innovation
  8. 8. Visioning workshop 7
  9. 9. Challenges for RRI (benefits) •  Knowledge economy / research excellence? •  Mainstreaming potential •  Invoke international learning while avoiding a horserace •  From measuring RRI to measuring the benefits of RRI? 8
  10. 10. Thank you for your attention! Want to know more.....contact me at i.meijer@cwts.leidenuniv.nl 9

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