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Asante, K., Owen, R., Williamson, G. (2014). Governance of new product development and perceptions of responsible innovation in the financial sector: Insights from an ethnographic case study. Journal of Responsible Innovation 1(1), 9-30.

Bak, H-J. (2014). The utilitarian view of science and the norms and practices of Korean scientists.  In Kleinman, D. L.  & Moore, K. (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Science, Technology and Society (pp. 399-411). London: Routledge. 

Bak, H-J. (2014). The politics of technoscience in Korea: From state policy to social movement. EASTS: An International Journal, 8(2), 159-174. doi: 10.1215/18752160-2680275

Bak, H-J. (2010).  Determinants of the selection of research topics among Korean scientists: Intellectual curiosity, research funds, or peer recognition? Economy and Society, 85, 211-236. (In Korean).

Bak, H-J. (2007).  Politico-sociological understanding of social impact assessment. Korean Journal of Social Theory, 32, 143-175. (In Korean).

Bak, H-J. (2006).  Commercialization of science and changing normative structure of the scientific community. Korean Journal of Sociology, 40(4), 19-47. (In Korean).​

Burg, S. van der & T. Swierstra (Eds.) (2013). Ethics on the laboratory floor. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.

Cairns, R. and Stirling, A. (2014). "Maintaining planetary systems" or "concentrating global power?" High stakes in contending framings of climate geoengineering. Global Environmental Change, 28. 25-38. ISSN 0959-3780

Davies, S. R. & Horst, M. (in press). Responsible innovation in the US, UK, and Denmark: Governance landscapes. In van den Hoven, J., et al. Responsible Innovation, Vol. 2. Dorecht: Springer.

Douglas, H. (2013). The moral terrain of science. Erkenntnis.

Douglas, H. (2010). Engagement for progress: Applied philosophy of science in context. Synthese, 177, 317-335.

Douglas, H. (2009). Science, policy, and the value-free ideal. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Douglas. H. (2008). The role of values in expert reasoning. Public Affairs Quarterly, 22(1), 1-18.

Douglas, H. (2003). The moral responsibilities of scientists: Tensions between autonomy and responsibility. American Philosophical Quarterly, 40(1), 59-68.

Ely, A., Smith, A., Stirling, A., Leach, M., and Scoones, I. (2013). Innovation politics post-Rio+20: hybrid pathways to sustainability? Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 31(6). 1063-1081. ISSN 0263-774X

Ferrari, A., Coenen, C. , & Grunwald, A. (2012). Visions and ethics in current discourse on human enhancement. Nanoethics, 6(3), 215-229. doi: 10.1007/s11569-012-0155-1 

Forsberg, E-M., (2014). Institutionalising ELSA in the moment of breakdown? Life Sciences, Society, and Policy, 10(1). doi:10.1186/2195-7819-10-1

Forsberg, E-M., Thorstensen, E., Nielsen, R.Ø., & de Bakker, E. (2014). Assessments of emerging science and technologies: mapping the landscape. Science and Public Policy, 41(3), 306-316. doi:10.1093/scipol/scu033

Forsberg, E-M. & de Lauwere, C. (2013). Integration needs in assessments of nanotechnology in food and agriculture. In Etikk i Praksis. Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics, 7(1), 38-54.

Forsberg, E-M. (2012). Standardisation in the field of nanotechnology: Some issues of legitimacy. Science and Engineering Ethics, 18(4), 719-739.

Glerup, C. & Hosrt, M. (2014). Mapping "social responsibility" in science. Journal of Responsible Innovation, 1(1). 31-50.

Grunwald, A. (2013). Responsible research and development: Roles of ethicists on the laboratory floor. In: S. van der Burg & T. ​Swierstra (Eds.), Ethics on the laboratory floor (pp. 38-56). Hampshire, England: Palgrave Macmillan.

Grunwald, A. (2012). Responsible nanobiotechnology: Philosophy and ethics. Singapore: Panstanford Publishing.

Grunwald, A. (2012). Synthetic biology: Moral, epistemic and political dimensions of responsibility. In R. Paslack, J. Ach, B. Lüttenberg, & K.-M. Weltring (Eds.), Proceed with caution. Concept and application of the precautionary principle in nanobiotechnology (pp. 243 – 259). Münster: LIT.

Grunwald, A. (2009). Technology assessment: Concepts and methods. In A. Meijers (Ed.), Philosophy of technology and engineering sciences (Vol. 9) (pp. 1103-1146). Amsterdam: North Holland.

Guston, D. H. (2014). Understanding anticipatory governance. Social Studies of Science, 44(2), 219-43.

Guston, D. H.​, Fisher, E., Grunwald, A., Owen, R., Swierstra, T. & Burg, S. v.d. (2014). Responsible innovation: Motivations for a journal. Journal of Responsible Innovation, 1(1), 1-8.

Guston, D. H.​​ (2013). “Daddy, can I have a puddle gator?": Creativity, anticipation, and responsible innovation,” In Owen, R.,  Bessant, J., & Heintz, M. (Eds.), Responsible innovation: Concepts and practice (pp. 109-18). London: Wiley. 

Guston, D. H.​​ (2012). The pumpkin or the tiger? Michael Polanyi, Frederick Soddy, and anticipating emerging technologies. Minerva, Special 50th Anniversary Issue, 50(3), 363-79.

Guston, D. H. (2004). CRIs in the wilderness: Toward centers for responsible innovation in the commercialized academy.  In Stein, D. ​(ed.), Buying in or selling out: The commercialization of the American research university (pp. 161-74). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

Hankins, J. (2014). Notes from the S.NET Conference. Journal of Responsible Innovation, 1(1), 125-128.

Hankins, J. (2013). Endnotes: Buidling capacity for responsible innovation. In Owen, R., Bessant, J., & Heitz, M. (Eds.) Responsible innovation: Managing the responsible emergence of science and innovation in society (pp. 269-273). Oxford: Wiley.

Hankins, J. (2011). A handbook for responsible innovation. Milan: Bassetti Foundation.

Hommels, A., Mesman, J., & Bijker, W. E. (Eds.). (2014). Vulnerability in technological cultures: New directions in research and governance. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Horst, M. (2013). A field of expertise, the organization, or science itself? Representing research in public communication. Science Communication. 35(6), 758-779.

Horst, M., & Irwin, A. (2010). Nations at ease with radical knowledge: On consensus, consensusing, and false consensusness. Social Studies of Science, 40(1), 105-126.

Horst, M. (2011). Taking our own medicine - on an experiment in science communication. Science and Engineering Ethics, 17(4), 801-815.

Kobayashi, T. (Ed.). (2013). University as a research site: What knowledge is for? Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten Publishers. (In Japanese).

Kobayashi, T. (2012). The reality of Japan’s "National Debate": Citizen participation and the nuclear energy issue. Asteion, 70, 192-208. (In Japanese).

Kobayashi, T. (2007). The age of trans-science. Tokyo: NTT Publications. (In Japanese).

Kobayashi, T. (2007). Science and technology for society. Tokyo: Foundation for the Promotion of the Open University of Japan. (In Japanese).

Kobayashi, T. (2004). Who should consider on science and technology?  Nagoya: Nagoya University Press (In Japanese).

Macnaghten, P., Owen, R., Stilgoe, J., Wynne, B., Azevedo, A., de Campos, A., Chilvers, J., Dagnino, R., di Giulio, G., Frow, E., Garvey, B., Groves, C., Hartley, S., Knobel, M., Kobayashi, E. Lehtonnen, M., Lezaun, J., Mello, L., Monteiro, et al. (2014). Responsible innovation across borders: tensions, paradoxes and possibilities. Journal of Responsible Innovation 1(2), 1-12.

Marinho, M. G.,  Silveira, S., Monteiro, M., Dias, R., & Campos, C., (Eds.). (2014). Abordagens em ciência, tecnologia e sociedade (Approaches in science, technology and society). Santo André: Universidade Federal do ABC.

Mohr, A. & Raman, S. (2012). Representing the public in public engagement: The case of the 2008 UK stem cell dialogue. PLOS Biology, 10(11), e1001418. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001418

Monteiro, M., Campos, C., & Dias, R., (Eds.) (2014.) Novos horizontes em política científica e tecnológica (New horizons in science and technology policy). Santo André: Universidade Federal do ABC.

Monteiro, M. (2012). Reconsiderando a etnografia da ciência e da tecnologia: tecnociência na prática. Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais, 27(79), 139-151. 10.1590/S0102-69092012000200009.​

Monteiro, M. & Keating, E. (2009). Managing misunderstandings: The role of language in interdisciplinary scientific collaboration. Science Communication, 31(1), 6-28.

Owen, R. (2014). Responsible research and innovation: Horizon 2020 and beyond. In The Future of Research and Innovation (ed. R. von Schomberg).​ European Commission.

Owen, R. (2014). The UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council's Commitment to a Framework for Responsible Innovation. Journal of Responsible Innovation 1 (1), 113-117.

Owen, R., Macnaghten, P., Stilgoe, J., Gorman M., Fisher, E., & Guston, D. (2013). A framework for responsible innovation. In Owen, R. , Bessant, J., & Heitz, M. (Eds.) Responsible innovation: Managing the responsible emergence of science and innovation in society (pp. 27–50​). Oxford: Wiley.  (Open Access).

Owen, R. (Ed.) (2013). Responsible innovation. London: John Wiley Publishers.

Owen, R., Macnaghten, P., & Stilgoe, J. (2012). Responsible research and innovation: From science in society to science for society, with society. Science and Public Policy, 39(6), 751-760.

Pavie, W., Scholten, V., & Carthy, D. (2014). Responsible innovation: From concept to practice. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.

Pavie, X. & Carthy, D. (January 30, 2014). The uncertainty of innovation and how to cop with it. European Medical Device Technology.

Pavie, X. (April 22, 2013). Les enjeux de l'innovation responsable. Le Cercle Les Echos.

Pavie, X. (2012). Innovation responsable: Strategie et levier de croissance des organizations. Paris: Eyrolles.

Pavie, X. (2011). The importance of responsible-innovation and the necessity of Innovation-Care. ESSEC Working Paper No. 1203: The Necessity of Innovation-Care Considering the Importance of Responsible-Innovation and its Limits. Also appearing in (2014) Philosophy of Management, 13(1).

Pellegrini, G. (2008). Technoscientific innovation. Milan: Bassetti Foundation. 

Raman, S. (2014). Responsive research: Putting the innovative back into agendas for innovation.

Raman, S. & Mohr., A. (In press--forthcoming Fall 2014). A social license for science: Capturing the public or co-constructing research? Social Epistemology, forthcoming Fall 2014. 

Raman, S. (In press. Scheduled release date: September 17, 2014). Science, uncertainty and the normative question of epistemic governance in policymaking.  In Cloatre, E. & Pickersgill, M. (Eds.) Knowledge, technology and law: interrogating the nexus. London: Routledge.

Raman, S. (2013). Fossilizing renewable energies. Science as Culture, 22(2),172-180. 

Stilgoe, J, (In Press. Scheduled release date: November 26, 2014). Experiment Earth: Responsibility and Governance in Geoengineering Research. London: Routledge.

Stilgoe, J., Lock, S. J., and Wilsdon, J. (2014). Why should we promote public engagement with science? Public Understanding of Science, 23(1). 4-15. ISSN 0963-6625

Stilgoe, J., Owen, R., & Macnaghten, P. (2013). Developing a framework for responsible innovation. Research Policy, 42(9), 1568-1580.

Stilgoe, J. (2013). Foreword: Why responsible innovation? In R. Owen, J. Bessant, & Maggy Heintz (eds.). Responsible Innovation: Managing the Responsible Emergence of Science and Innovation in Society (pp. xi-xv). West Sussex: Wiley.

Stilgoe, J. (2012). Experiments in science policy: An autobiographical note. Minerva, 50(2), 197-204.

Stirling, A. and Rayner, S. (In Press: 2015). Governing geoengineering: Lessons, syndromes, responses. Geoengineering our climate? A working paper series on ethics, politics and governance of climate engineering. ISBN 9781849713740

Swierstra, T., Vermeulen, N., Braeckman, J., & van Driel, R. (2013, March 19) Re-thinking life sciences. EMBO-Reports 14, 310 - 314. doi:10.1038/embor.2013.30

Swierstra, T. & Molder, H. te (2012). Risk and soft impacts. In: S.​ Roeser,  et. al. (Eds.) Handbook of risk theory (1050-1066). Dordrecht: Springer Academic Publishers. 

Sykes, K. & Macnaghten, P. (2013). Opening up dialogue and debate. In Owen, R., Bessant, J., & Heitz, M. (Eds.) Responsible innovation: Managing the responsible emergence of science and innovation in society (pp. 85–107). Oxford: Wiley.

Ubois, J. (2009). Innovation, power and responsibility. Milan: Bassetti Foundation.

van den Hoven, J., Doorn, N., Swierstra, T., Koops, B. J., & Romijn, H. (Eds). (2014) Responsible innovation 1: Innovative solutions for global issues. Dordrecht: Springer. ISBN: 978-94-017-8955-4 (Print) 978-94-017-8956-1 (Online) 

Van Doren, D., Lindner, R., & Forsberg, E-M. (2014). Are assessments responding to a dynamic environment? Evidence from four emerging techno-scientific domains. Science and Public Policy, 41(3), 317-331. doi:10.1093/scipol/scu032

Wilsdon, J. (2014). From foresite to hindsight: the promise of history in responsible innovation. Journal of Responsible Innovation 1(1), 109-112. doi:10.1080/23299460.2014.885176


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