Key publications SIP
Edler, J. / Kuhlmann, S. (2008): Co-ordination within fragmentation. Governance in knowledge policy in the German federal system. In: Science and Public Policy, Vol. 35, Nr 4, May 2008, pp. 265-276.
Heinze, T.; Kuhlmann, S. (2008): Across institutional boundaries? Research collaboration in German public sector nanoscience, In: Research Policy, 37, 888–899
Hoppe, R. (2010). The Governance of Problems: Puzzling, Powering and Participation. Bristol: Policy Press.
Hoppe, R., Vries, A.S. de & Halffman, W. (2010). Policy workers tinkering with uncertainty: Dutch econometric policy advice in action. In Working for Policy (pp. 91-109). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Hoppe, R., Colebatch, H.K. & Noordegraaf, M. (Eds.). (2010). Working for Policy. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
R. Hoppe and A. Wesselink (2010) If Post-normal Science is the Solution, What Is the Problem? The Politics of Environmental Activism, in Science Technology Human Values (published online 7 November 2010 DOI: 10.1177/0162243910385786 ).
R. Hoppe (2010), Institutional constraints and practical problems in deliberative and participatory policy making, in Policy & Politics, on-line
DOI: 10.1332/030557310X519650, 19 August 2010; paper.
Hoppe, R. (2010). From 'knowledge use' to 'boundary work': sketch of an emerging new research programme for science/policy interactions. In R. In 't Veld (Ed.), Knowledge democracy - Consequences for Science, Politics and Media (pp. 169-186). Heidelberg: Springer.
Hoppe, R. (2010). Lost in translation? A boundary work perspective on making climate change governable. In P. Driessen, P. Leroy & W. van Vierssen (Eds.), From climate change to social change: perspectives on science-policy interactions (pp. 109-130). Utrecht: International Books.
Kuhlmann, S.; Shapira, P.; Smits, R. (2010): Introduction. A Systemic Perspective: The Innovation Policy Dance. In: Smits, R.; Kuhlmann, S.; Shapira, P. (eds.): The Theory and Practice of Innovation Policy. An International Research Handbook, Cheltenham, UK (Edward Elgar), (1-22) [link to flyer]
Arie Rip, Protected spaces of science: their emergence and further evolution in a changing world, chapter in Martin Carrier & Alfred Nordmann (eds.), Science in the Context of Application: Methodological Change, Conceptual Transformation, Cultural Reorientation, Dordrecht: Springer, 2011, pp. 197-220.
Rip, A., Stegmaier, P. & Lente, H. van (2010). Assessing nanotechnologies: the future of reflexive co-evolution. In A. Bonaccorsi, S. Borras, S. Cozzens, B.R. Dorbeck-Jung, C. Edquist, J. Enders, S. Kuhlmann, P. Larédo & A. Rip (Eds.), Tentative Governance in Emerging Science and Technology; Actor Constellations, Institutional Arrangements and Strategies (pp. 75-76). Enschede: Institute of Innovation and Governance Studies - University of Twente.
Arie Rip, Science Institutions and Grand Challenges of Society: A Scenario,keynote address to the 3rd KISTEP Foresight Symposium, Challenges and Strategies of the Future, Seoul, 19 August 2010. Also presented as a keynote lecture to the IGS/SPRI Forum conference Tentative Governance in Emerging Science and Technology; Actor Constellations, Institutional Arrangements and Strategies, Enschede, October 2010.
Pierre-Benoît Joly, Arie Rip, and Michel Callon, ‘Reinventing Innovation’, chapter in Maarten Arentsen, Wouter van Rossum, and Bert Steenge (eds.), Governance of Innovation, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2010, pp. 19-32.
Arie Rip, Processes of Technological Innovation in Context – and Their Modulation, in Chris Steyart and Bart van Looy (eds), Relational Practices, Participative Organizing. Bingley, UK: Emerald, Advanced Series in Management, 2010, 7, 199-217.
Dag W. Aksnes and Arie Rip, ‘Researchers’ Perceptions of Citations’, Research Policy 38 (2009) 895-905.