Key publications TDA

Boenink, M., Swierstra, T.E. & Stemerding, D. (2010). Anticipating the interaction between technology and morality: A techno-ethical scenario study of experimenting with humans in bionanotechnology. Studies in Ethics, Law, and Technology, 4(2), 1-38.

Duncan den Boer, Arie Rip, and Sylvia Speller, ‘Scripting possible futures of nanotechnologies: a methodology which enhances reflexivity’, Technology in Society 31(3) 2009, 295-304.

Boon, W.; Moors, E.H.; Kuhlmann, S.; Smits, R.E. (2011): Demand articulation in emerging technologies: intermediary user organisations as coproducers? Research Policy, 40, 242-252.

Hofman, P.S. & Elzen, B. (2010). Exploring system innovation in the electricity system through sociotechnical scenarios. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 22(6), 653-760.

Konrad, K.E. (2010). Governance of and by expectations. 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. 67-67). Enschede: Institute of Innovation and Governance Studies - University of Twente.

Neven, L.B.M. (2010). 'But obviously not for me': robots, laboratories and the defiant identity of elder test users. Sociology of health and illness, 32(2), 335-347.

Oost, E.C.J. van, Verhaegh, S.J.S. & Oudshoorn, N.E.J. (2010). Wi-Fi as Community-based Innovation. In W. Lemstra, V. Hayes & J. Groenewegen (Eds.), The genesis of Wi-Fi (pp. 263-287). Cambridge University Press.

Parandian, A., Rip, A. & Kulve, H. te (2010). Dual dynamics of technological promises and waiting games around nanotechnology. In International conference Tentative Governance in Emerging Science and Technology, Actor Constellations, Institutional Arrangements and Strategies (pp. 90-91). Enschede: Institute for Innovation and Governance Studies.

Arie Rip and Marloes van Amerom, Emerging de facto Agendas Around Nanotechnology: Two Cases full of Contingencies, Lock-outs, and Lock-ins, in Mario Kaiser, Monika Kurath, Sabine Maasen, Christoph Rehmann-Sutter (eds), Governing Future Technologies. Nanotechnology and the Rise of an Assessment Regime. Dordrecht etc: Springer, 2010, 131-155.

Arie Rip and Clare Shelley-Egan, Positions and responsibilities in the “real” world of nanotechnology, in René von Schomberg and Sarah Davies (eds.), Understanding Public Debate on Nanotechnologies. Options for Framing Public Policy, Brussels: Commission of the European Communities, January 2010, 31-38.

Arie Rip, De facto governance of nanotechnologies, in Morag Goodwin, Bert-Jaap Koops and Ronald Leenes (eds.), Dimensions of Technology Regulation, Nijmegen: Wolf Legal Publishers, 2010, 285-308.

Arie Rip, articles on ‘NanoNed’, ‘NanoNed Flagship Technology Asessment’, ‘Rathenau Institute’ and ‘Anticipation-in-Action’, in David Guston (ed.) Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, Sage Reference, 2010.

Arie Rip, Futures of ELSA, EMBO Reports 10(7) (2009) 666-670.

Claire Marris, Arie Rip, and Pierre-Benoît Joly, ‘Interactive Technology Assessment in the Real World: dual dynamics in an iTA exercise on genetically modified vines’, Science, Technology & Human Values 33(1) (2008) 77-100.

Rip, Arie Folk Theories of Nanotechnologists, Science as Culture 15(4) (December 2006) 349-365.

Rip, Arie A Co-evolutionary Approach to Reflexive Governance – and Its Ironies, in Jan-Peter Voß, Dierk Bauknecht, René Kemp (eds.), Reflexive Governance for Sustainable Development. Edward Elgar, 2006, pp. 82-100.

Robinson, D.K.R. (2010) Constructive Technology Assessment of Newly Emerging Nanotechnologies. Experiments in Interactions. PhD thesis. University of Twente (523 pag.)

Ruivenkamp, M. & Rip, A. (2010). Visualizing the Invisible Nanoscale Study:Visualization Practices in Nanotechnology, Community of Practice. Science studies, 23(1), 3-36.

Schot, J.W., Lintsen, H. & Rip, A. (Eds.). (2010). Technology and the Making of the Netherlands. The Age of Contested Modernization, 1890-1970. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Stemerding, D., Swierstra, D. & Boenink, M. (2010). Exploring the interaction between technology and morality in the field of genetic susceptibility testing: A scenario study. Futures, 42, 1133-1145.

Tsjalling Swierstra and Arie Rip, Nano-ethics as NEST-ethics: patterns of moral argumentation about new and emerging science and technology, NanoEthics 1 (2007) 3-20. Also published In D. Kaplan (Ed.), Readings in the philosophy of technology, Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009, pp. 208-225.

Verhaegh, S.J.S. (2010). How community innovation works. A material-semiotic analysis of the wireless Leiden wi-fi network. PhD thesis. University of Twente (229 pag.) Enschede: Universiteit Twente.