In this second blogpost in the series in the SUPER MoRRI project, Ingeborg Meijer describes the communities that were created and reached through the project in pursue of knowledge for monitoring and evaluating research and innovation well.
Book: Transformative Metrics: Contributions to the Studies for Monitoring and Evaluating How Science, Technology, and Innovation Can Address Social and Environmental Challenges
This book provides a fresh and comprehensive understanding of the most significant methodological advances in the study of transformative change through policy decision-making; this latter being commonly influenced by metrics and evaluation processes. In this vein, the book presents methodological...
The SUPER MoRRI project is working to develop a monitoring framework to support RRI.
In this blogpost (and the next), the development of a Monitoring and Evaluation framework for Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in the EU is told through our learnings in the H2020-funded project SUPER MoRRI over time.
In this blogpost, Ingeborg Meijer, Richard Woolley and Anestis Amanatidis collate the lessons from the SUPER MoRRI annual event 2022 that focused on responsible research funding.
Simplifying Responsible Research and Innovation – A tool building in societal readiness into research
In this post published at the LSE Impact Blog, Stefan de Jong, Michael J. Bernstein and Ingeborg Meijer describe their work developing a tool that facilitates researchers and research funders to incorporate responsible research and innovation values into their work.
In this blog post, Richard Woolley addresses a key question that has preoccupied the project team from the outset of the SUPER MoRRI journey: how to monitor RRI in a responsible way?
In this blog post, Ingeborg Meijer concludes a series of posts reflecting on the discussions of the Super MoRRI annual event of 2021, this time focusing on the necessary time to promote change.
In this blog post, André Brasil reflects on the discussions of the Super MoRRI annual event of 2021 around metrics and peer-review in evaluation practices.
In this post published at the LSE Impact Blog, Wouter van de Klippe discusses findings from a case study of CSO organisations and explores their motivations for engaging (or not) with research funding and academic research.