Equitable Outcomes

Equitable Outcomes are just and right; fair; reasonable, real, viable, valuable, and sustainable benefits for participants and other beneficiaries as a result of the activities and outputs of an event performed in an accountable way. These should be benefits that advance, add, or contribute to the positive and not to the negative.

It is a concept and practice inherent to the field of Research and “Scholarship of Broader Impacts (SoBI)”. Scholarship of Broader Impacts (SoBI) was originally coined by coined by Oludurotimi Adetunji at Brown University.

The Equitable Outcomes concept is part of the Nature of Broader Impacts and is characterized and exemplified in the Broader Impacts Conceptual Framework (BICF).

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