Methodological framework for the case study analysis

The Methodological framework for the case study analysis details the methodological framework for carrying out the case study research foreseen by the RECIPES project.

The document serves both as a methodological framework – an explanation of what to consider in each section – and as a template for delivering the final analysis at the end of the case study research.

RECIPES' Case Studies: Aligning Precaution and Innovation

How can we ensure that innovative products and solutions are fostered and encouraged when their impacts on human health and the environment are not fully known? The Precautionary Principle (PP) enables authorities to take precautionary measures by means of pre-damage control when scientifically plausible but uncertain that a new technology or product may cause harm.

European citizens on the Precautionary Principle and innovation: transparency, risk assessment and stakeholders' engagement are key

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BG, NO, IT, DK, NL
In spring 2019, the RECIPES project hosted citizen meetings in several countries. Citizens who took part in the meetings had the chance to reflect on issues related to precaution and innovation in relation to research and to provide their ideas and opinions.