Impact seen from different levels

Different actors have different perspectives on what impact could or should be. When describing research impact it can be helpful to consider the following levels:

  • The individual researcher. What are my aims and ambitions? What novelties to I want my research to develop?

  • The research environment. What are the grand challenges in the field, and how can we contribute?

  • The institution. What role do we as an institution want to play in society? Which part (sectoral, geographical) of society do we want to engage with?

  •  Funders. What is our profile, strategy and raison d’être?

  • Societal actors/stakeholders. What’s in it for us? Which instruments of change can this research provide us with?

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