PRAXIS Research Group
Hannot Rodríguez. BA in Philosophy, MA in Philosophy and History of Science and Technology, and PhD in Philosophy (2007) from the University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU. Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy of the UPV/EHU. He is also a member of the Sánchez-Mazas Chair (UPV/EHU), and an affiliate of the Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes (CSPO) at Arizona State University. Research interests: risk governance of emerging technologies, public trust, socio-technical integration, responsible innovation, anticipatory governance, and "Open Science".
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- Rodríguez, H., Eizagirre, A., e Ibarra, A. (2019). “Dynamics of Responsible Innovation Constitution in EU Research Policy: Tensions, Possibilities and Constraints”, in R. von Schomberg and J. Hankins (Eds.) Handbook of Responsible Innovation: A Global Resource (pp. 167-180). Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Rodríguez, H. (2018). “Nanotechnology and Risk Governance in the European Union: the Constitution of Safety in Highly Promoted and Contested Innovation Areas”, NanoEthics, 12(1): 5-26.
- Eizagirre, A., Rodríguez, H., Ibarra, A. (2017). "Politicizing Responsible Innovation: Responsibility as Inclusive Governance", International Journal of Innovation Studies, 1(1): 20-36.
- Krings, B.-J., Rodríguez, H. and Schleisiek, A. (2016) (Eds.). Scientific Knowledge and the Transgression of Boundaries. Springer VS. Wiesbaden.
- Rodríguez, H. (2016). "From objective to constituted risk: an alternative approach to safety in strategic technological innovation in the European Union", Journal of Risk Research, 19(1): 42-55.
- Rodríguez, H. (2016). "Risk and Trust in Institutions that Regulate Technology: Challenges for a Socially Legitimate Risk Analysis", in W. J. González (Ed.) New Perspectives on Technology, Values, and Ethics: Theoretical and Practical (pp. 147-166). Dordrecht: Springer (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science).
- Rodríguez, H., Fisher, E. and Schuurbiers, D. (2013). "Integrating science and society in European Framework Programmes: Trends in project-level solicitations", Research Policy, 42(5): 1126-1137.
- Rodríguez, H., Hu, M. and Fisher, E. (2012) "Socio-Technical Integration: Research Policies in the United States, European Union and China", in S. H. Christensen, C. Mitcham, B. Li and Y. An (Eds.), Engineering, Development and Philosophy: American, Chinese and European Perspectives (pp. 291-304). Dordrecht: Springer.
Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in EU research policy: meanings and scope.
- Anticipatory governance and “Open Science”: relationships and possibilities.
- “Enacting Anticipatory Heuristics: Socio-epistemic Robustness as Relational Quality” (with S. Urueña and A. Ibarra), 3rd International Conference on Anticipation, Oslo (Norway), 9-11 October 2019.
- “The Value of Socio-Technical Futures: Anticipation and Relational Quality” (with S. Urueña and A. Ibarra), Innovations, Interruptions, Regenerations – Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Annual Meeting, New Orleans (USA), 4-7-September 2019.
- “La RRI como herramienta anticipatoria: de la biotecnología agroalimentaria al caso de los nanomateriales” (with S. Urueña), V Congreso Iberoamericano de Filosofía - 5 Siglos de convergencias y desencuentros: Historia, retos y porvenir de la filosofía iberoamericana, Mexico City (Mexico), 17-21 May 2019.