- H. Keulen van (2)
- J. Keulen van (1)
- André Martinuzzi (1)
- M.D.C. Proost (2)
- I.A. Schönherr (3)
- Norma Schönherr (1)
- N. Schönherr (1)
- J.G.P. Smit (1)
- Bernd Stahl (1)
- J.C. Zadoks (1)
Responsible Research and Innovation in industry-challenges, insights and perspectives
Martinuzzi, André ; Blok, Vincent ; Brem, Alexander ; Stahl, Bernd ; Schönherr, Norma - \ 2018
Sustainability 10 (2018)3. - ISSN 2071-1050
Business ethics - Corporate social responsibility - CSR - Industry - R and D management - Responsible innovation - Responsible research and innovation - RRI - Social innovation - Sustainable innovation
The responsibility of industry towards society and the environment is a much discussed topic, both in academia and in business. Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) has recently emerged as a new concept with the potential to advance this discourse in light of two major challenges industry is facing today. The first relates to the accelerating race to innovate in order to stay competitive in a rapidly changing world. The second concerns the need to maintain public trust in industry through innovations that generate social value in addition to economic returns. This Special Issue provides empirical and conceptual contributions that explore corporate motivations to adopt RRI, the state of implementation of concrete RRI practices, the role of stakeholders in responsible innovation processes, as well as drivers and barriers to the further diffusion of RRI in industry. Overall, these contributions highlight the relevance of RRI for firms of different sizes and sectors. They also provide insights and suggestions for managers, policymakers and researchers wishing to engage with responsibility in innovation. This editorial summarizes the most pertinent conclusions across the individual articles published in this Special Issue and concludes by outlining some fruitful avenues for future research in this space.
The impact of WTO and other trade negotiations on fisheries
Dross, M. ; Acker, H. van den; Schönherr, N. ; Smit, J.G.P. ; Beukers, R. - \ 2009
Brussels : European Parliament (IP/B/PECH/IC/ 2008-40) - 121
The study compiles and analyses information on international as well as EU trade flows; it considers the tariffs applied in trade in fisheries with a particular focus on tariff protection maintained by the EU. Against this backdrop the current state of the ongoing multilateral and bilateral trade negotiations is described and analysed with regards to their possible impact on the EU fisheries and aquaculture sectors. Regarding negotiations within the WTO framework the focus is on NAMA and fisheries subsidies. The use of trade defence instruments by the EU is also put in the context of possible amendments to the ADA as well as WTO case law
|Gewasbescherming met een toekomst. Evaluatie-onderzoek onder intermediairen van de voorlichtingsprodukten 'Milieu-meetlat' en het videopakket 'Een kwestie van Willen'.
Proost, M.D.C. ; Keulen, H. van; Schönherr, I.A. - \ 1996
Unknown Publisher - 43 p.
|Gewasbescherming met een toekomst: de visie van agrarische ondernemers. Een doelbereikingsmeting ten behoeve van voorlichting. En tabellenboek.
Proost, M.D.C. ; Keulen, H. van; Schönherr, I.A. - \ 1995
Wageningen : Vakgroep Voorlichtingskunde, LU - 85 p.
|Constraints to IPM in developed countries.
Zadoks, J.C. ; Keulen, J. van; Schönherr, I.A. - \ 1993
In: Abstract 15th Session FAO/UNEP Panel Experts Integrated Pest Control in Agriculture. FAO, Rome - p. 11 - 12.