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Avr 13 – Avr 14 Jour entier
Critiquing the Direction for Innovation – The Role of Justice and Exnovation @ En ligne.

Critiquing the Direction for Innovation – The Role of Justice and Exnovation

— Online Workshop —

Host: Centre de recherche en éthique (CRÉ), Canada Following a call for papers, we are proud to announce the schedule for this online workshop. If you are interested in joining as a non-presenting participant, please email L.fuchs@tue.nl.

Day 1: Thursday, 13th April 2023

8.30 – 9.50 Andrew Stirling (Sussex) The Persistently Hidden Politics of Directionality in Innovation Governance: Opening up space for democratic struggle towards progressive transformations
  Panel I: Innovation, Exnovation & Justice
10.10 – 11.00 Theo Papaioannou (Open University) Directing Innovation Towards Just Outcomes
11.00 – 11.50 Alejandra Boni and Diana Velasco (UPV Valencia) Is the direction of the transformative innovation policy ethical enough? A capabilitarian analysis of the transformative outcomes.
12.00 – 12.50 Lukas Fuchs (TU Eindhoven) and Rafael Ziegler (HEC Montreal) What are the relations between innovation and exnovation for changing societal directions?
Day 2: Friday, 14th April 2023
  Panel II: Contested Directionalities: Platforms, Competition & the Climate
8.10 – 9.00 Alejandro Fortuny Sicart and Mario Pansera (Vigo) Giving digital delivery platforms a different direction: Coopcycle as a case study that integrates democratic and eco-social values into organisational design and technology
9.00 – 9.50 Juliane Mendelsohn (TU Ilmenau) Critiquing the Direction of Innovation for More Sustainable Competition Policy
10.10 – 11.00 Kian Mintz-Woo (UC Cork) A Directional Dilemma in Climate Innovation
  Panel III: Directionality as Societal Discourse
11.00 – 11.50 Bonno Pel (ULB Brussels) Making Practical Sense of Directionality: Purposive and Emergent Transition in ‘la transition numérique’ (Belgium)
12.00 – 12.50 Karina Maldonado-Mariscal and Rick Hölsgens (TU Dortmund) Reimagining Innovation Pathways: Exnovation and Buen Vivir as Global North-South Dialogues
 Organisers: Rafael Ziegler, Lukas Fuchs The indicated time is for Montreal. The workshop starts at 8am (Montreal), 12 noon (London), 1pm (Berlin) on both days.
Lukas Fuchs (TU Eindhoven) @ Salle 309 du CRÉ, mode hybride
Avr 17 @ 12:00 – 13:15
Lukas Fuchs (TU Eindhoven) @ Salle 309 du CRÉ, mode hybride

Nous aurons le plaisir d’accueillir au CRÉ Lukas Fuchs (TU Eindhoven) qui nous offrira une présentation intitulée « Individual obligation in Market Shaping for Sustainability ».

Organisé par Rafael Ziegler et Dominic Martin.

Pour y participer par Zoom, c’est par ici.


What is the role of individual citizens in shaping and creating markets? This paper argues that as consumers, investors, users and voters, citizens can and should play an active role in bringing about markets which will facilitate a green lifestyle. In this way, citizens can make a significant difference in the context of climate change. The paper also discusses how citizens can be sufficiently knowledgeable and coordinated for market shaping. Finally, the chapter considers whether the use of purchasing power to shape markets is permissible.