Influence Behaviours and Enhance Best Practices to Promote Sustainability by Demonstrating the Impact and Cost of Non-Sustainability: Towards a Model to Evaluate the Full Cost of Non-Durable Business Practices, the Research Misconduct Case
Proceedings of a presentation made at the Care Innovation Conference 2018. Vienna, November 26 - 29, 2018.
Posted: 20 Jan 2019
Date Written: June 26, 2018
The ongoing H2020 European research project “DEFORM: Determine the global and financial impact of Research Misconduct” includes within its objectives to work on a cost model to give a value to non-sustainable practices in research and innovation, this to make visible the full costs of short termist malpractices in such fields. In order to do so, the project has deployed a number of innovative decision -making IT tools including the deployment of an international database intending to provide a comprehensive definition of what is the perimeter as well as predictors of research & innovation misconduct to enhance/ease such adverse practices detection and mitigation by creating new models of responsible research governance and processes. The present paper presents the results achieved by the project during its first operational phase.
Keywords: full costs model, risks assessment, misconduct, value
JEL Classification: C52, M42, I20, I29, 032, 035, K13
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