Journal of Responsible Innovation

(The TQCC of Journal of Responsible Innovation is 11. 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 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
An unfinished journey? Reflections on a decade of responsible research and innovation73
Values in responsible research and innovation: from entities to practices46
Social labs as an inclusive methodology to implement and study social change: the case of responsible research and innovation43
Learning to do responsible innovation in industry: six lessons33
Embedding responsible innovation within synthetic biology research and innovation: insights from a UK multi-disciplinary research centre33
Joint declaration on mainstreaming RRI across Horizon Europe32
The Moral-IT Deck: a tool for ethics by design27
Reinventing responsible innovation27
From Responsible Research and Innovation to responsibility by design26
RRI legacies: co-creation for responsible, equitable and fair innovation in Horizon Europe25
Exploring the readiness of publicly funded researchers to practice responsible research and innovation in digital agriculture25
Inclusion in responsible innovation: revisiting the desirability of opening up24
Rethinking societal engagement under the heading of Responsible Research and Innovation: (novel) requirements and challenges20
Politicising Circular Economy: what can we learn from Responsible Innovation?19
Toward anticipatory governance of human genome editing: a critical review of scholarly governance discourse18
Emotions, values and technology: illuminating the blind spots17
Open science for responsible innovation in Australia: understanding the expectations and priorities of scientists and researchers16
Reconceptualising responsible research and innovation from a Global South perspective16
What’s wrong with global challenges?15
COVID-19 and the onlineification of research: kick-starting a dialogue on Responsible online Research and Innovation (RoRI)15
The responsible innovation in health tool and the need to reconcile formative and summative ends in RRI tools for business15
Imagining the future through revisiting the past: the value of history in thinking about R(R)I’s possible future(s)14
Social license and synthetic biology: the trouble with mining terms14
Collective improvisation as a means to responsibly govern serendipity in social innovation processes13
Fitting the description: historical and sociotechnical elements of facial recognition and anti-black surveillance13
Managing budgetary uncertainty, interpreting policy. How researchers integrate “grand challenges” funding programs into their research agendas13
Indigenous-led responsible innovation: lessons from co-developed protocols to guide the use of drones to monitor a biocultural landscape in Kakadu National Park, Australia12
Responsible research, inequality in science and epistemic injustice: an attempt to open up thinking about inclusiveness in the context of RI/RRI12
In pursuit of responsible innovation for precision agriculture technologies12
The lottery in Babylon—On the role of chance in scientific success12
Multiple futures for society, research, and innovation in the European Union: jumping to 203811
Two tribes or more? The historical emergence of discourse coalitions of responsible research and innovation (rri) and Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)11
Advantages and disadvantages of societal engagement: a case study in a research and technology organization11
Vision as make-believe: how narratives and models represent sociotechnical futures11
Slow Innovation: the need for reflexivity in Responsible Innovation (RI)11
Responsible research and innovation meets multispecies studies: why RRI needs to be a more-than-human exercise11
Challenges in the implementation of responsible research and innovation across Horizon 202011