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RESPECT for Professional Values and Practices: Conference, Budapest, 12-13 June 2003

 

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Thursday 12 June
9.30 Welcome and introduction Prof. Ursula Huws, Project Director, RESPECT project
10.00 Norms and standards in international research Norbert Kroó, Secretary General, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
10.30 DG INFOSOC socio-economic activities Tina Mede, DG INFOSOC
11.00 Coffee break  
11.15 Occupational Profiles
Conducting European socio-economic research: which competences are needed?

International and intercultural competences

Text of lecture

Guy Van Gyes, Tom Vandenbrande and Ellen Schryvers, HIVA

Prof. Dr Holger Reinisch, University of Jena
12.45 Lunch  
14.15 Professional codes
Code of professional conduct

Implementation of research ethical guidelines

Dr Jörg Flecker, FORBA

Micheline Egge Grung, The National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities, Norway
15.45 Tea break  
16.15 Data protection
Data protection guidelines

Dissemination of individual data to the research community

Data for Secondary Analysis: the Experience of the UK Data Archive (pdf)

Yves Poullet, CRID

Hilary Beedham, UK Data Archive
17.30 Close for the day  
19.30 Dinner and entertainment  

 
 
Friday 13 June
9.30 Plenary session:
Ethics and Public Policy: the Science and Society Programme

Maurizio Salvi, Directorate General Research, European Commission
10.30 Coffee break  
11.00 Intellectual property rights
Intellectual property aspects of socio-economic research

Three Basic Notions concerning Copyright and Research - a Selection (pdf)

Michael Bohne, ITM


Prof. Antoon Quaedvlieg, University of Nijmegen
12.30 Lunch  
14.00 Ethical Issues
Developing ethical guidelines for the conduct of EU socio-economic research

The RESPECT guidelines: ethical, cultural, and meta-ethical considerations

Dr Sally Dench, IES



Prof. Charles Ess, Drury University USA
15.30 Tea break  
16.00 Panel session External speakers, partners and selected delegates
17.00 Next steps Prof. Ursula Huws
17.30 Conference concludes  
19.30 Dinner and entertainment