Philine Warnke

Philine Warnke
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI | ISI · Competence Center Foresight

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Public engagement is viewed as a prominent aspect of responsible research and innovation (RRI) both in academia and policy circles. In our paper, we would like to contribute to refining the notion of public participation as an RRI element by assessing the potential of four domains of participatory R & I theory and practices that have to date receiv...
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The urgency of current social challenges is driving new approaches to framing and funding research, development, and innovation. The “mission-oriented” approach framing the EU’s New Horizons funding program is the latest institutional response to the pressing needs of large system transformations we are facing. We view the likely targets of mission...
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The rich and complex outcomes of foresight activities are often difficult to translate into policy relevant intelligence. The struggle in connecting futures intelligence to policy making can be read as a basic challenge in foresight: working on futures intelligence has emerged as a way to improve policy, but once it is delegated to professional for...
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This paper outlines new perspectives for data‐supported foresight by combining participatory expert‐based futures dialogues with the power of artificial intelligence (AI) in what we call the hybrid AI‐expert‐based foresight approach. To this end, we present a framework of five typical steps in a fully fledged foresight process ranging from scoping...
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This article studies the relevance of psychological biases and heuristics in the context of foresight and scenario processes. Though there is extensive literature studying cognitive mechanisms from the psychological side, discussions on the application of these findings in the foresight context, and more specifically with regard to specific steps o...
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In Germany, more and more Alternative Food Networks are emerging, such as food coops, community-supported agriculture, and selfharvest gardens. Their goal is to provide a more sustainable supply of locally, ecologically or fairly produced foodstuffs. To achieve this goal, urban consumers and producers on the outskirts of the city cooperate directly...
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Science, technology and innovation (STI) policies are increasingly geared towards addressing objectives reaching beyond an immediate economic focus on growth and competitiveness. This "normative turn" is expressed in the strategic reorientation of national and supranational STI policies to address the so-called ‘grand challenges’. While this reorie...
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Purpose Although new forms of innovation such as open innovation, user innovation or crowdsourcing have been intensively discussed in the past decade, there is little systematic exploration of their wider positive and negative effects on economy, society and environment. Based on the recent debate in the literature and findings from a European fore...
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Innovationspolitik ist zumeist Industriepolitik. Dabei wird die hohe gesellschaftliche Bedeutung von unspektakulären, nicht kommerziellen Alltagsinnovationen unterschätzt. Innovationspolitik muss daher auch diese kollaborativ geschaffenen Innovationen in den Blick nehmen.
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The recent turn in research, technology and innovation (RTI) policy towards challenge-led strategies is posing new demands to Foresight methodology. RTI Foresight practitioners need to complement their well developed set of technology oriented methods with equally sophisticated approaches tackling societal aspects of innovation. In this paper we ai...
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Emerging new flexible forms of consumer- producer relationships and activities within the food sector are challenging the traditional models of consumption and ownership. As social innovations, their extension can be interpreted as forerunner of economic transition. Interaction takes place through flexibilisation of scope and levels of consumer int...
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This is the documentation of the visioning workshop which took place 21/22.09.2015 in Brussels.
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The paper aims to contribute towards building foresight capacities for systemic and structural transformations. Experiences from a foresight project exploring future innovation patterns (www.innovation-futures.org) are discussed. Four specific features were applied in order to underpin the recognition of structural transformation:•Inductive foresig...
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The INFU project addresses newly emerging innovation patterns. Several new ways of organising innovation activities such as “open innovation” or “community innovation” are currently emerging in economy and society. While these have been discussed intensively in recent years, there is little systematic exploration of their potential for different se...
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This ERA fabric map gives a snapshot of the ERA today. It looks at the division of responsibilities between EU and Member States, and at institutions and bodies involved in the European research system. Starting from the six ERA dimensions described in the ERA Green Paper, the report then looks where we are today, and which direction the future is...
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The paper presents an approach at improving the impact of Foresight by systematically taking into account the characteristics of the targeted research and innovation (R&I) domains when designing a Foresight exercise. The paper addresses recent developments in Foresight theory and practice which allow for deploying a hybrid methodological framework...
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This report describes the results of Work package 1 of the INFU research project entitled “Identification of signals”, which aims to identify and collect new forms of innovation patterns. This collection of new forms of innovation patterns serves as base for the subsequent scenarios development process where some signals will be further developed a...
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In September 2007, the Federal German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) launched a new foresight process which aimed at four specific targets. To achieve them, a tailor-made combination of methods was applied. This paper focuses on the concept design of the process and explains one of the methods — the future online survey — in more detail...
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This paper aims at contributing to theoretical aspects of Foresight from the perspective of the interdisciplinary body of knowledge that has become known as STS - Science and Technology Studies (c.f. Jasanoff 1994). Drawing in particular on STS insights on the Social Shaping of Technology (SST) we would like to investigate the possibility of Foresi...
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Although various user-centric innovation concepts have proved successful in niche markets and specific industries, there is yet little understanding how these models may become more widely diffused in manufacturing industries. We apply an evolutionary economics perspective to explore possible transition pathways towards user-centric innovation para...
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The paper presents recent insights from the ongoing FORLEARN project, which aims to develop Foresight theory and practise by supporting the sharing of experience (‘mutual learning’) in Europe. Six functions of Foresight for policy-making are elaborated on: (1) Informing policy: generating insights regarding the dynamics of change, future challenges...
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There is a variety of interpretative frameworks for giving meaning to FTA activities (see Barré and Keenan in this volume). In this contribution we would like to explore an interpretation of Foresight from the perspective of the interdisciplinary body of knowledge that has become known as STS — Science and Technology Studies (c.f. Jasanoff et al. 1...
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Investments in machinery, plant and information technology have a permanently high degree of significance for the modernization of production operations, even if a majority of businesses still see their priority in the area of organizational measures. The spreading of innovative production technologies nevertheless takes place at highly differing p...
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Kurzfassung Investitionen in Maschinen, Anlagen und Informationstechnik haben eine dauerhaft große Bedeutung für die Modernisierung der Produktion, auch wenn immer noch eine Mehrheit der Betriebe ihre Priorität bei organisatorischen Maßnahmen sieht. Die Verbreitung innovativer Fertigungstechniken erfolgt jedoch mit sehr unterschiedlicher Dynamik. D...

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