Journal of Responsible Innovation

(The TQCC of Journal of Responsible Innovation is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
An unfinished journey? Reflections on a decade of responsible research and innovation95
Values in responsible research and innovation: from entities to practices57
Social labs as an inclusive methodology to implement and study social change: the case of responsible research and innovation47
Learning to do responsible innovation in industry: six lessons40
Embedding responsible innovation within synthetic biology research and innovation: insights from a UK multi-disciplinary research centre39
From Responsible Research and Innovation to responsibility by design35
Exploring the readiness of publicly funded researchers to practice responsible research and innovation in digital agriculture31
The Moral-IT Deck: a tool for ethics by design31
RRI legacies: co-creation for responsible, equitable and fair innovation in Horizon Europe30
Inclusion in responsible innovation: revisiting the desirability of opening up24
Reconceptualising responsible research and innovation from a Global South perspective24
Politicising Circular Economy: what can we learn from Responsible Innovation?24
Rethinking societal engagement under the heading of Responsible Research and Innovation: (novel) requirements and challenges22
Toward anticipatory governance of human genome editing: a critical review of scholarly governance discourse21
What’s wrong with global challenges?20
Fitting the description: historical and sociotechnical elements of facial recognition and anti-black surveillance20
Open science for responsible innovation in Australia: understanding the expectations and priorities of scientists and researchers19
Responsible research, inequality in science and epistemic injustice: an attempt to open up thinking about inclusiveness in the context of RI/RRI18
Challenges in the implementation of responsible research and innovation across Horizon 202018
Indigenous-led responsible innovation: lessons from co-developed protocols to guide the use of drones to monitor a biocultural landscape in Kakadu National Park, Australia17
The responsible innovation in health tool and the need to reconcile formative and summative ends in RRI tools for business17
COVID-19 and the onlineification of research: kick-starting a dialogue on Responsible online Research and Innovation (RoRI)17
In pursuit of responsible innovation for precision agriculture technologies17
Slow Innovation: the need for reflexivity in Responsible Innovation (RI)16
Imagining the future through revisiting the past: the value of history in thinking about R(R)I’s possible future(s)15
Vision as make-believe: how narratives and models represent sociotechnical futures15
Advantages and disadvantages of societal engagement: a case study in a research and technology organization15
Collective improvisation as a means to responsibly govern serendipity in social innovation processes14
The uses of grand challenges in research policy and university management: something for everyone14
Two tribes or more? The historical emergence of discourse coalitions of responsible research and innovation (rri) and Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)14
Co-creation in support of responsible research and innovation: an analysis of three stakeholder workshops on nanotechnology for health13
Responsible research and innovation meets multispecies studies: why RRI needs to be a more-than-human exercise13
When nature goes digital: routes for responsible innovation12
Responsible innovation in school design – a systematic review12
Multiple futures for society, research, and innovation in the European Union: jumping to 203812
The lottery in Babylon—On the role of chance in scientific success12
Responsible innovation between virtue and governance: revisiting Arendt’s notion of work as action11
Participatory design: lessons and directions for responsible research and innovation11
Taking knowledge production seriously in responsible research and innovation11
Toward institutionalization of responsible innovation in the contemporary research university: insights from case studies of Arizona State University10
Why do newly industrialized economies deter to adopt responsible research and innovation?: the case of emerging technologies in Korea10
STS Postures: responsible innovation and research in undergraduate STEM education10
Organizational patterns of RRI: how organizational properties relate to RRI implementation10