GREAT. Governance of REsponsible innovATion

Uploaded by RRI Tools on 01 November 2015



From 01/02/2013 to 31/01/2016
The GREAT project will develop an empirically based and theoretically sound model of the role of responsible research and innovation governance. The project will explore the dynamics of participation in research and innovation, and investigate the characteristics of responsible practices. It will investigate the nature of new partnerships among various stakeholders, researchers and policymakers that are developing within innovation networks and the influence that these developments have on knowledge production and policy. 

The GREAT Glossary on RRI, which contains definitions of terms authored and reviewed by the consortium members.  The definitions presented in the Glossary focus on terms, concepts and approaches that provide a common understanding across the work of the GREAT project or of wider relevance to RRI.

The GREAT Analytical Grid Tool, which tries to assess the current Responsible Innovation approaches. The precise aim of this tool is to translate theoretical insights into a ‘language’ useful for further empirical inquiries, by providing a dynamic methodological analytical tool suitable for this purpose 

  • University of Namur, Brussels, Belgium (Project coordinator)
  • SIGNOSIS RESEARCH & Consultancy, Brussels, Belgium
  • De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom
  • European Academy of Technology and Innovation Assessment, Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, Germany
  • University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
  • VTT Technical Research Centre, Espoo, Finland
  • Fondation Nationale de Sciences Politiques, Paris, France
Prof. Philippe GOUJON (coordinator)
[email protected] 
Computer Science Institute
University of Namur 
Namur, Belgium
Total cost: EUR 2.236.052
EU contribution: EUR 1.780.571
Project reference: 321480
Funded under: FP7-SCIENCE-IN-SOCIETY-2012-1

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