Amsterdam School for Social Research and International School in the Humanities and Social Sciences,
Rob Hagendijk is Dean of the University of Amsterdam International School for the Humanities and Social Sciences and Senior Researcher at the Amsterdam School for Social Research. He is founder and Board Member of the Netherlands Graduate School for Science, Technology and Modern Culture and former president of the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology. He has been a visiting professor at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and one of the organizers of the annual meetings of the Science and Democracy Network. Rob has a strong interest in both conceptual issues in the social sciences and the challenges of policy application. He was another partner and work package leader of the STAGE project.
In ResIST Rob contributes to the Work Package 3 challenge to elaborate a framework for analysing and evaluating experiences with innovative approaches to accountability, taking into account the twin issues of redistribution and capacity building and cases of innovative bottom-up decision-making. Alongside these activities he will also take part in Work Package 0 and the development of the conceptual framework on structural, representational and distributional inequalities in S&T capacity building.