Publications Influenced by SDN Participation

Membership in the Science and Democracy Network has had a tangible effect on scholarship. Below are a selection of published articles submitted by members that they feel have directly benefited from circulation and presentation within the SDN community.

From Science and Public Policy 31, No 2, (April 2004).Science and citizenship. Guest Editor: Sheila Jasanoff

Javiera Barandiaran

Regula Valerie Burri

Mads Dahl Gjefsen

Robert Doubleday

Ulrike Felt

Tim Forsyth

David Guston

Rob Hagendijk

Stephen Hilgartner

Alastair Iles

Mrill Ingram

Pierre-Benoit Joly

Monika Kurath

Javier Lezaun

Martin Mahony

Marybeth L. Martello

Clark Miller

Hilary Robinson

Krishanu Saha

Articles by SDN Members

Below is a list of articles written by the members of the Science and Democracy Network selected by the members themselves as either important, representative, new, or overlooked. Links to the articles have been provided where available. Members may have up to two articles available at any given time.

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Saptarishi Bandopadhyay

Daniel Barben

Elizabeth barron

Silke Beck

  • O. Geden & S. Beck (2014): Renegotiating the global climate stabilization target. Nature Climate Change 4, 747–748.
  • Beck, S. et al., 2014. Towards a reflexive turn in global environmental expertise – the cases of the IPCC and IPBES. GAIA, 23(2): 80-87(8).
  • Beck, S., 2013. Is the IPCC a learning organisation? In The International Social Science Council & United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, hrsg. World Social Science Report 2013: Changing Global Environments. OECD Publishing/Unesco Publishing.
  • Beck, S. (2012): Between Tribalism and Trust: The IPCC under the ‘public microscope.’ Nature and Culture 7(2): 151-173.
  • Beck, S. (2012): The challenges of building cosmopolitan climate expertise - with reference to Germany. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change: Vol. 3/1: 1-17.
  • Beck, S. (2012): From Truth to Trust. Lessons learnt from ‘climategate.’ Hogl, K., Kvarda, E., Nordbeck, R. & Pregernig, M. (eds.): New modes of governance in environmental and natural resource policy: Analytical perspectives and empirical insights. Elgar: Cheltenham: 220-241.
  • Beck,S. Hulme, M., Mahony, M, et al. (2011): Science-Policy Interface: Beyond Assessments. Science 5: Vol. 333/ 6043: 697-698. (DOI: 10.1126/science.333.6043.697).
  • Beck, S. (2011): Moving beyond the linear model of expertise? IPCC and the test of adaptation. Regional Environmental Change:Vol.11/ 2: 297-306. (DOI 10.1007/s10113-010-0136-2).
  • Lövbrand, E. Pielke, R., Jr. and Beck, S. (2011): A Democracy Paradox in Studies of Science and Technology. Science Technology Human Values: Vol.36/ 4: 474 - 496. (DOI 10.1177/0162243910366154).

Christophe Bonneuil

Mark B. Brown

Regula Valerie Burri

Athur A. Daemmrich

Adrian Ely

  • Patrick van Zwanenberg, Adrian Ely, Adrian Smith, Chen Chuanbo, Ding Shijun, Maria-Eugenia Fazio, Laura Goldberg (2011) “Regulatory harmonization and agricultural biotechnology in Argentina and China: Critical assessment of state-centered and de-centered approaches”, Regulation and Governance, 5, 166–186
  • Chenggang Jin, Adrian Ely, Xiaoyun Liang, Lijie Fang (2011) “Framing a global health risk from the bottom-up: user perceptions and practices around antibiotics in four villages in China”, Health, Risk and Society 13:5, 433-449
  • Patrick van Zwanenberg, Adrian Ely, Adrian Smith (with Chuanbo Chen, Shijun Ding, Chenggang Jin, Xiaoyun Liang, Maria-Eugenia Fazio, Laura Goldberg) “Regulating Technology: Global Harmonisation and Local Realities”, EarthScan
  • Leach, M., J. Rockström, P. Raskin, I. Scoones, A. C. Stirling, A. Smith, J. Thompson, E. Millstone, A. Ely, E. Arond, C. Folke and P. Olsson (2012) Transforming Innovation for Sustainability. Ecology and Society 17 (2): 11.

Robert Doubleday and James Wilsdon

Tim Forsyth

David H. Guston

Peter M. Haas

Stephen Hilgartner

Mike Hulme

  • Beck,S., Hulme,M., et al. (2014) Towards a reflexive turn in the governance of global environmental expertise. The cases of the IPCC and the IPBES GAiA 23/2, 80–87
  • Mahony,M. and Hulme,M. (2014) The colour of risk: expert judgment and diagrammatic reasoning in the IPCC’s ‘burning embers’ pp.105-126 in: Image politics of climate change: visualizations, imaginations, documentations (eds.) Schneider,B. and Nocke,T., Transcript Verlag, Bielefeld, Germany, 388pp.
  • Porter,K.E. and Hulme,M. (2013) The emergence of the geoengineering debate in the British print media: a frame analysis Geographical Journal 179(4), 342-355
  • Hulme,M. (2013) How climate models gain and exercise authority pp.30-44 (Chapter 2) in: The social life of climate change models: anticipating nature (eds.) Hastrup,K. and Skrydstrup,M., Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 240pp.
  • Hulme,M. (2013) Lessons from the IPCC: do scientific assessments need to be consensual to be authoritative? pp.142-147 in: Future directions for scientific advice in Whitehall (eds.) Doubleday,R. and Wilsdon,J., CSaP, Cambridge, 158pp.
  • Hulme,M. (2013) Exploring climate change through science and in society: an anthology of Mike Hulme’s essays, interviews and speeches Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 330pp.
  • Hulme, M., Mahony, M, et al. (2011): Science-Policy Interface: Beyond Assessments. Science 5: Vol. 333/ 6043: 697-698. (DOI: 10.1126/science.333.6043.697).
  • Hulme,M. (2009) Why we disagree about climate change: understanding controversy, inaction and opportunity. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 393pp.
  • Hulme,M. (2010) Problems with making and governing global kinds of knowledge. Global Environmental Change 20(4), 558-564
  • Martin Mahony, Mike Hulme. Model migrations: mobility and boundary crossings in regional climate prediction. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. Volume 37, Issue 2, pages 197–211, April 2012.
  • Martin Mahony, Mike Hulme. The Colour of Risk: An Exploration of the IPCC’s “Burning Embers” Diagram. Spontaneous Generations. Visual Representation and Science. Vol 6, No 1 (2012).

Sheila Jasanoff

Pierre-Benoit Joly

William Kinsella

Kerstin Klein

Monika Kurath

Les Levidow

Angela Liberatore

Martin Mahony

Claire Marris

Andrew S. Mathews

Clark A. Miller

Susan Owens

Paolo Parra Saiani

  • Paolo Parra Saiani (2012), Democracy and Public Knowledge. An Issue for Social Indicators, in F. Maggino and G. Nuvolati (eds.), Quality of Life in Italy: researches and reflections, Springer – Social Indicators Book Series, pp. 225-242.
  • Paolo Parra Saiani (2011), Knowledge and Participation: Which Democracy?, in «Revista Latinoamericana de Metodología de las Ciencias Sociales», vol. 1, n. 2, pp. 112-140.
  • Paolo Parra Saiani (2010), La (non) quantificazione nello studio della società. Indicatori sociali tra controllo sociale e partecipazione democratica, in «Studi di sociologia», XLVIII, n. 3-4/2010, pp. 287-308.

Shobita Parthasarathy

Vincenzo Pavone

Roopali Phadke

Martyn Pickersgill

Kjetil Rommetveit

Marc Saner

  • Saner M., Heafey, E., and Bowman, D. (2013) Mapping the Regulatory Environment for Nanomaterials in Canada. Nanotechnology Law & Business 9 (4): 343-367.
  • Saner M. & Stoklosa A. (2013) Commercial, Societal and Administrative Benefits from the Analysis and Clarification of Definitions: The Case of Nanomaterials. Creativity and Innovation Management 22 (1): 26-36.
  • Saner M. (2013) The Role of Adaptation in the Governance of Emerging Technologies in Marchant, G. E., Abbott, K. W., and Allenby, B. (eds.), Innovative Governance Models for Emerging Technologies, (Edward Elgar Publishing, Northampton, MA), pp. 92-107.
  • Saner M. & Geelen J. (2012) Identity in a Technological Society: Governance Implications, Chapter 37 in Luppicini, Rocci (ed.), Handbook of Research on Technoself: Identity in a Technological Society, (IGI Global, Hershey, PA, 2012), pp. 720-741.

Jack Stilgoe

Alex Wellerstein

David E. Winickoff