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Conference on the “Impact of Social Sciences and Humanities for a European Research Agenda - Valuation of SSH research in mission-oriented research”

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Conference Programme Folder

A conference folder as well as different pieces of text inputs, pictures and promotion materials will be regularly created and updated, on which our promotion activities via twitter, newsletters, eMails, media relations etc. can build upon. These formats will also be regularly provided to our multipliers.

Vade mecum

Throughout the conference space will be reserved to discuss the “Working Paper on SSH Impact Pathways” and the “Vade mecum on How to facilitate outcomes and impacts by integrating SSH in mission-oriented transformative research”. A permanently manned booth will be operated during the conference that acts as drop-in-centre for suggestions and critics. The aim of this working paper and the vade mecum is to develop forward-looking valuation pathways and impact approaches and dimensions of SSH research for transformative, mission-oriented research and innovation agendas, which can be taken-up in the formulation of calls and actions in FP9 as well as on national level. The ‘Working Paper on SSH Impact Pathways’ and the vade mecum on ‘How to facilitate outcomes and impacts by integrating SSH in mission-oriented transformative research’ will be prepared by Mr. Thomas König from the Austrian Institute of Advanced Studies.

‘Working Paper on SSH Impact Pathways’

Throughout the conference space will be reserved to discuss the “Working Paper on SSH Impact Pathways” and the “Vade mecum on How to facilitate outcomes and impacts by integrating SSH in mission-oriented transformative research”. A permanently manned booth will be operated during the conference that acts as drop-in-centre for suggestions and critics. The aim of this working paper and the vade mecum is to develop forward-looking valuation pathways and impact approaches and dimensions of SSH research for transformative, mission-oriented research and innovation agendas, which can be taken-up in the formulation of calls and actions in FP9 as well as on national level. The ‘Working Paper on SSH Impact Pathways’ and the vade mecum on ‘How to facilitate outcomes and impacts by integrating SSH in mission-oriented transformative research’ will be prepared by Mr. Thomas König from the Austrian Institute of Advanced Studies.

Conference Proceedings ready to print

Conference proceedings containing around 10 full papers which were presented at the conference published in a special issue of the ‘Journal for Research and Technology Policy Evaluation’ of the Austrian Platform for Research and Technology Policy Evaluation which serve as sustainable reference material for all interested stakeholders.

Conference Analytics Report

The Conference Analytics Report summarises the participation data of the conference and disaggregates data by different analytical categories such as gender, country, institutional background etc.

Homepage

A functional and attractive conference website, which is the main node of communication and information about the programme, its contents, as well as the logistics will be developed and continuously updated is completed.

Austrian EU Council Presidency Conference

Austrian EU Council Presidency Conference on ‘Impact of Social Sciences and Humanities for a European Research Agenda - Valuation of SSH research in mission-oriented research’

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Publications

The Oulu way of strengthening social impact of SSH sciences: From Linear Models of Impact to Productive Interactions and Beyond

Author(s): Juha Tuunainen, Rauli Svento, Pentti Haddington, Kirsi Ojutkangas and Sirpa Aalto
Published in: 2019

Bringing Concepts Together: Interdisciplinarity, Transdisciplinarity, and SSH Integration

Author(s): Joël Graf
Published in: 2019

Inclusive funding for enhanced impact of social sciences and humanities

Author(s): Malin Lindberg, Svetlana Gross, Milda Rönn, Lissa Nordin, Jan Sandred, Lars Wärngård, Catharina Norberg
Published in: 2019

Assessing the Impact of SSH–RRI approach on ICT Research & Innovation: The HubIT project

Author(s): Tal Soffer, Ruth Zuzovsky, Olena Nedozhogina and Emanuele Bardone
Published in: 2019

Senior academics as key negotiators in the implementation of impact policies in the social sciences and humanities

Author(s): Marc Vanholsbeeck, Theodosia Demetriou, Agne Girkontaite, Andreja Istenic Starcic, Ville Keiski, Emanuel Kulczycki, Elena Papanastasiou, Janne Pölönen, Hulda Proppe, Maja Vehovec
Published in: 2019

Stakeholders’ role to produce impact from Social Science research: what lessons for evaluation?

Author(s): Emanuela Reale, Serena Fabrizio and Lucio Morettini
Published in: 2019

New Pathways to Social Change – Creating Impact through Social Innovation Research

Author(s): Jürgen Howaldt
Published in: 2019

QRiH: Towards a fitting system for humanities research evaluation

Author(s): Ad Prins, Jack Spaapen, Thed van Leeuwen and Nelleke van den Broek-Honingh
Published in: 2019

Evaluation of societal impact in Norwegian SSH evaluations

Author(s): Jon Holm and Anette Askedal
Published in: 2019

Rethinking Research Impact Assessment: A Multidimensional Approach

Author(s): Sergio Manrique, Marta Natalia Wróblewska and Bradley Good****
Published in: 2019

The “6i Research Model”: Evolution of an innovative institutional STI policy framework at the University of Deusto

Author(s): Antonia Caro-Gonzalez
Published in: 2019

The Public Value of the Social Sciences

Author(s): John D Brewer
Published in: 2019

Evaluative Inquiry: Engaging research evaluation analytically and strategically

Author(s): Sarah de Rijcke, Tjitske Holtrop, Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner, Jochem Zuijderwijk, Anne Beaulieu, Thomas Franssen, Thed van Leeuwen, Philippe Mongeon, Clifford Tatum, Govert Valkenburg and Paul Wouters
Published in: 2019

Impact of Social Sciences and Humanities for a European Research Agenda – Valuation of SSH in mission-oriented research Rethinking societal impact – collaboration with stakeholders

Author(s): Bettina Uhrig
Published in: 2019

Evidence-based Practice and Polices for Impact on Mental Health of Children and Adolescents

Author(s): Raphaela E. Kaisler and Jean L. Paul
Published in: 2019

ETA PROGRAMME - Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities as an integral part of the innovation ecosystem of the 21st century

Author(s): Marcel Kraus
Published in: 2019

Innovation for the Reflective Society

Author(s): Riccardo Pozzo
Published in: 2019

Striving for Reflexive Science

Author(s): Roger Strand
Published in: 2019

Panel composition as pathway to impact: Do we need stakeholder expertise to select relevant mission-oriented projects?

Author(s): Peter van den Besselaar, Ulf Sandström
Published in: 2019

Ghent University’s interdisciplinary SSH-consortia – A strategy to enhance the societal impact of research

Author(s): Noël Klima, Stefan Meysman, Julie Carlier, Alexis Dewaele and Esther De Smet
Published in: 2019

The Importance of SSH Research in Horizon Europe

Author(s): John Stephen Bell
Published in: 2019

"Specific SSH research and general research policy instruments. The Case of the national research programmes and ""Need Driven SSH Research"" in Lithuania"

Author(s): Rūta Petrauskaitė
Published in: 2019

SSHA-driven Knowledge Transfer within the Third Mission of Universities

Author(s): Georg Russegger
Published in: 2019