At this year’s Eu-SPRI conference, Vincent Blok (Wageningen University), Elias Carayannis (George Washington University School of Business), Loet Leydesdorff (University of Amsterdam) & Eugen Popa (Wageningen University) host a session on Quadruple Helix Collaborations for Responsible Research and Innovation. The session gives special attention to the study of Quadruple Helix Collaborations and their relation to Responsible Research and Innovation from an empirical point of view inviting both scholars and practitioners to explore cases of cases that occur in real-life settings.
The Eu-SPRI conference is the leading event in science, technology and innovation policy in Europe, with a broad attendance of scientists as well as policymakers. This year’s conference theme is NEW HORIZONS and will explore future directions for studies of Policies for Research and Innovation with a special emphasis on the topics Digitization, Science Policy and Futuring. The key objectives of the conference are to provide a forum for scholars in the areas of research and innovation policy analysis, to exchange ideas, and to present findings across disciplinary boundaries.
More information about the call for papers can be found here.