Logics of interdisciplinarity

  title={Logics of interdisciplinarity},
  author={Andrew Barry and G. Born and Gisa Weszkalnys},
  journal={Economy and Society},
  pages={20 - 49}
  • Andrew Barry, G. Born, Gisa Weszkalnys
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • Economy and Society
  • Abstract This paper interrogates influential contemporary accounts of interdisciplinarity, in which it is portrayed as offering new ways of rendering science accountable to society and/or of forging closer relations between scientific research and innovation. The basis of the paper is an eighteen-month empirical study of three interdisciplinary fields that cross the boundaries between the natural sciences or engineering, on the one hand, and the social sciences or arts, on the other. The fields… CONTINUE READING
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