Institut for Organisation
Alan Irwin is a Professor in the Department of Organization and Vice-President of Entrepreneurship and Innovation since 2015, both at Copenhagen Business School (CBS). From 2007-14, he was Dean of Research at CBS. He was also Acting President during 2011. Previously, he was Professor of Science and Technology Policy, and Dean of Social and Environmental Studies, at the University of Liverpool. His PhD is from the University of Manchester and he has held previous appointments at Manchester and at Brunel University. Currently, he is a member of the Strategy Advisory Board for the UK Global Food Security Programme. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, a foreign member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, and an Honorary Fellow of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
Alan Irwin has published over a number of years on issues of science and technology policy, scientific governance, environmental sociology and science-public relations. His books include: Risk and the Control of Technology (1985), Citizen Science (1995), Sociology and the Environment (2001) and (with Mike Michael) Science, Social Theory and Public Knowledge (2003). He was co-editor (with Brian Wynne) of Misunderstanding Science? (1996). In 2009 Alan Irwin was awarded the David Edge prize for best paper in science and technology studies. He was part of the group which received the John Ziman prize in 2014 for the ESF report Science in Society: caring for our futures in turbulent times (chaired by Ulrike Felt).
I: Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, Vol. 3, 2017, s. 64-72
I: The Corporatization of the Business School: Minerva Meets the Market. . red. /Tony Huzzard; Mats Benner; Dan Kärreman. Abingdon : Routledge 2017, s. 217-233
I: Social Studies of Science, Vol. 47, Nr. 3, 2017, s. 417–438
I: Journal of Science Communication, Vol. 15, Nr. 6, 2016, 5 s.
I: Remaking Participation: Science, Environment and Emergent Publics. . red. /Jason Chilvers; Matthew Kearnes. Abingdon : Routledge 2016, s. 64-80
Paper presented at 4S/EASST Conference 2016, 2016
I: Science Communication Today: Current Strategies and Means of Action . . red. /Berhand Schiele; Joëlle Le Marec; Patrick Baranger. : Nancy Université 2015, s. 29-38
Abstract from Annual Meeting Society for Social Studies of Science 2015, 2015
I: Nordic Journal of Science and Technology Studies, Vol. 3, Nr. 2, 2015, s. 24-32
I: International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences. red. /James D. Wright. Amsterdam : Elsevier Science 2015, s. 255–260
I: The SAGE Handbook of Research Management. red. /Robert Dingwall ; Mary Byrne McDonnell. London : Sage Publications, Incorporated 2015, s. 247-258
I: Public Understanding of Science, Vol. 23, Nr. 1, 1.2014, s. 71-76
I: Abstract Book : 6th Living Knowledge Conference. April 9-11, 2014. . red. /Søsser Brodersen; Jens Dorland; Michael Søgaard Jørgensen. København : Center for Design, Innovation and Sustainable Transitions, Aalborg University Copenhagen 2014, s. 23-24
I: Routledge Handbook of Public Communication of Science and Technology. red. /Massimiano Bucchi; Brian Trench. Abingdon : Routledge 2014, s. 160-172
I: Nature Reviews. Drug Discovery, Vol. 12, Nr. 10, 2013, s. 723-724
I: Medecine Sciences, Vol. 29, Nr. 2, 3e Colloque Sciences de la vie en société, 2013, s. 56-57
I: Social Studies of Science, Vol. 43, Nr. 1, 2013, s. 118-135
I: Revue d'Anthropologie des Connaissances, Vol. 7, Nr. 1, 2013, s. 145-171
Abstract from The 4S/EASST Joint Conference 2012, 2012
Abstract from The 4S/EASST Joint Conference 2012, 2012
I: Business Schools and their Contribution to SocietyLondon : Sage Publications, Incorporated 2011, s. 75-84
I: Dynamics of Disaster: Lessons on Risk, Response and Recovery. . red. /Barbara Allen; Rachel A. Dowty Beech. Abingdon : Routledge 2011, s. xv-xix
I: Transboundary Risk Governance. red. /Rolf Lidskog; Linda Soneryd; Ylva Uggla. : Earthscan Publications Ltd 2010, s. XIII-XVII (Earthscan Risk in Society Series)
I: Social Studies of Science, Vol. 40, Nr. 1, 2.2010, s. 105-126
I: Investigating Science Communication in the Information Age: Implications for Public Engagement and Popular Media. . red. /R. Holliman; E. Whitelegg; E. Scanlon; E. Smidt; J. Thomas. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2008, s. 3-17
I: Handbook of Public Communication of Science and Technology. red. /Massimiano Bucchi; Brian Trench. : Routledge 2008, s. 199-212
I: The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. red. /Edward J. Hackett; Olga Amsterdamska; Michael Lynch; Judy Wajcman. London : MIT Press 2008, s. 583-607
I: Knowledge and Democracy: A 21st-Century Perspective. . red. /Nico Stehr. Piscataway, NJ : Transaction Publishers 2008, s. 217-226
I: I D S Bulletin, Vol. 38, Nr. 5, 2007, s. 6-20
I: Minerva, Vol. 44, Nr. 2, 2006, s. 167-184
I: Public Understanding of Science, Vol. 10, Nr. 1, 2001, s. 1-18
I: Analyzing the Role of Citizen Science in Modern Research. red. /Luigi Ceccaroni; Jaume Piera. Hershey, PA : IGI global 2017, s. xv-xvii
London : Demos 2006, 85 s.
I: Ciência, Tecnologia e Soci edade 2005, s. 15-46
I: Reconfiguring nature: Issues and debates in the new genetics. . red. /P. Glasner. Aldershot : Ashgate 2004, s. 281-310
Maidenhead : Open University Press 2003, 175 s.
I: Partnership and Leadership: building alliances for a sustainable future. . red. /Theo de Bruijn; Arnold Tukker. Dordrecht : Kluwer Law International 2002, s. 61-76 (Eco-Efficiency in industry and science, Nr. 8)
Cambridge : Polity Press 2001
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 1996, 232 s.
London : Routledge 1995, 216 s. (Environment and Society)
I: Væksthuset 2010, s. 20-21
I: The Distinctiveness of Diversity: CBS: A case in Point. . red. /Jan Molin; Alan Irwin. Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2009, s. 11-20
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2009, 233 s.