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Kean Birch, David Tyfield & Margaret Chiappetta

In: The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism

Chapter 44: From Neoliberalizing Research to Researching Neoliberalism: STS, Rentiership and the Emergence of Commons 2.0

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From Neoliberalizing Research to Researching Neoliberalism: STS, Rentiership and the Emergence of Commons 2.0
From Neoliberalizing Research to Researching Neoliberalism: STS, Rentiership and the Emergence of Commons 2.0
Kean Birch David Tyfield Margaret Chiappetta
Introduction

Scientific research and innovation are increasingly tasked with kick-starting the moribund economy, and underpin new techno-economic paradigms such as the European Union's flagship initiative Innovation Union, part of the Horizon 2020 strategy.1 At the same time, research and innovation are expected to tackle multiple, overlapping global challenges such as climate change through the promotion of low-carbon systems transitions (e.g., Tyfield, 2014; Birch, 2015). But the cultural and political role of science and the political economy of its funding and ...

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