The development of a framework for monitoring responsible research and innovation (RRI) is a measure designed to support transformation in research and innovation (R&I) to better address future challenges and meet societal expectations. The SUPER MoRRI project Strategic Plan describes some broad principles for the development of a monitoring framework during the period 2020-24. The accompanying SUPER MoRRI Implementation Plan sets out several planned data collection activities for SUPER MoRRI designed to populate quantification tools, while the Case Research Plan describes a series of research projects designed to increase our understanding of responsible transformation pathways and explore opportunities to monitor these pathways.
The SUPER MoRRI Country Correspondent Network (CCN) consists of one correspondent per European Union Member State. The network of country experts is envisaged to contribute to SUPER MoRRI through three main activities. CCN provide background intelligence and information about policy and practice contexts in relation to RRI in their country. CCN conduct fieldwork, generate primary data, and contribute where relevant to analyses for the study of responsibility in research funding organizations (RFOs) in their country (CCN-RFO study). CCN conduct fieldwork, generate primary data, and contribute where relevant to analyses for the study of responsibility in research performing organizations (RPOs) in their country (CCN-RPO study).
CELAB participant in this project: Péter Kakuk, country correspondent for HUungary.