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            GENERAL EDITOR

            Stuart Macdonald (s.macdonald@123456sheffield.ac.uk)

            Leicester University, UK


            Peter Drahos

            Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Australia (peter.drahos@123456anu.edu.au)

            Areas of expertise: patents, intellectual property, trade, regulatory and governance theory.

            Hans-Jürgen Engelbrecht

            Department of Economics and Finance, Massey University, New Zealand (H.Engelbrecht@123456massey.ac.nz)

            Areas of expertise: information/knowledge-based economy/policy/society, economic growth and knowledge spillovers, the role of human capital, happiness economics, behavioural economics related to the information/knowledge-based economy

            Richard Hawkins

            Science, Technology and Society Program, University of Calgary, Canada (rhawkins@123456ucalgary.ca)

            Areas of expertise: research policy, innovation theory and policy, university-industry collaboration, intellectual property, standards, technical regulation, electronic media industries

            Steven Henderson

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            Karmo Kroos

            Department of Economics, Estonian Business School, Estonia (karmo.kroos@123456ebs.ee)

            Areas of expertise: theories of social change, elites as agents of social change, the role of the university, higher education policy, sociology of knowledge, Central and Eastern Europe

            Robin Mansell

            Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK (r.e.mansell@123456lse.ac.uk)

            Areas of expertise: internet governance, telecommunications policy and regulation, social impact of new media, political economy of media and communication, development and ICTs

            Martin Meyer

            Business School, University of Aberdeen, UK (martin.meyer@123456abdn.ac.uk)

            Areas of expertise: science and technology indicators, university-industry technology transfer, third mission, triple helix, intellectual property management, science-based innovation, new technologies (especially nanotechnology), technological systems, sectoral systems of innovation, programme evaluation

            Joanne Roberts

            Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, Winchester, UK (J.Roberts@123456soton.ac.uk)

            Areas of expertise: knowledge economy, knowledge creation and transfer communities of practice, business services, internationalisation of services, information and communication technologies innovation systems

            Kevin Scally

            Cork University School of Business (CUBS), University College Cork, Ireland (k.scally@123456ucc.ie)

            Areas of expertise: invention and design; USPTO patents and innovation; IP and nonprofits; software usability; creativity, iconoclasm and play

            Peter Senker

            University of Sussex, Brighton, UK (peter.senker@123456ntlworld.com)

            Areas of expertise: technology, inequality, wealth and poverty; technology and the environment, capitalism and neoliberalism

            Uta Wehn

            IHE Delft Institute for Water Education in partnership with UNESCO, Delft, The Netherlands (u.wehn@123456un-ihe.org)

            Areas of expertise: knowledge, ICTs and innovation for development; inter-organisational data and knowledge sharing; knowledge management; capacity development; innovation systems; water innovation studies; citizen science


            Steven Umbrello

            Managing director, Institute for Ethics and Emerging technologies, Boston MA (stevenumbrello@123456yahoo.com)

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            Volume 38 Issue 3 September 2022


             Editorial 279

            Stuart Macdonald

            Research papers

             How research institutions can make the best of scandals – once they become unavoidable 282

            Gilles Grolleau and Naoufel Mzoughi

             The paradox of open innovation in Slovenian firms 292

            Daša Farčnik, Tjaša Redek and Sonja Šlander

             Metaphor and theory: a case study of astronomy 310

            Tonci Grubic

            Review essay

             William Kingston, How Capitalism Destroyed Itself: Technology Displaced by Financial Innovation 335

            Peter Senker

            Book reviews

             Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, We have Always Been Cyborgs

             reviewed by Marietjie Botes 342

             Edmund Phelps, Raicho Bojilov, Hian Teck Hoon and Gylfi Zoega, Dynamism: The Values That Drive Innovation, Job Satisfaction and Economic Growth

             reviewed by Antara Haldar 348

             Simeon J. Yates and Ronald E. Rice (eds) Oxford Handbook of Digital Technology and Society

             reviewed by José Maria Zavala Pérez 356

             Michael J. Boyle, The Drone Age: How Drone Technology Will Change War and Peace

             reviewed by Philip Wane 365

             Christoph Bartneck, Tony Belpaeme, Friederike Eyssel, Takayuki Kanda, Merel Keijsers and Selma Sabanovic, Human–Robot Interaction: An Introduction

             reviewed by Alan Richard Wagner 371

             Alex Nicholls and Rafael Ziegler (eds) Creating Economic Space for Social Innovation

             reviewed by Judith Terstriep 374

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