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A Journal of University-Industry-Government Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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  1. Many science support mechanisms aim to combine excellent research with explicit expectations of societal impact. Temporary research centres such as ‘Centres of Excellence’ and ‘Centre of Excellence in Research...

    Authors: Siri Brorstad Borlaug and Magnus Gulbrandsen
    Citation: Triple Helix 2018 5:14
  2. This article presents a practical approach on how to develop and explore an educational design combining Triple Helix theory and Educational Action Research for support of student learning and innovation activ...

    Authors: Michael Mandrup and Tine Lynfort Jensen
    Citation: Triple Helix 2017 4:5
  3. The research in this paper reveals how organising the innovation ecosystem can enable the achievement of the aim for innovation and competitiveness. The research was conducted from June 2014 to May 2015 using ...

    Authors: Tove Brink
    Citation: Triple Helix 2017 4:1
  4. This paper is an inquiry into the human factor in intermediation. We argue that we have not yet fully grasped the different roles, functions, and ways-of-being of the intermediary and that the concept of first...

    Authors: Lars Frølund and Morten Ziethen
    Citation: Triple Helix 2016 3:9
  5. In this paper, we present the results of a network analysis applied to academic patent data in a subsector of the chemical field in Italy in the period 2000–2011. In particular, we analyse the micro-level inte...

    Authors: Saveria Capellari and Domenico De Stefano
    Citation: Triple Helix 2016 3:7
  6. Research and innovation activities from universities and public research institutes (PRIs) contribute to economic growth in significant ways. Given the hefty investment in R&D in both public and private sector...

    Authors: Sarah Cheah and Christopher Yu
    Citation: Triple Helix 2016 3:6
  7. This paper aims to study a set of entrepreneurial activities at a public university and the interaction with other universities, the business sector and government at Federal University of the State of Rio de ...

    Authors: Mariza Almeida, Douglas Santos, Luiziana Aragão, Gabriel Nogueira, Andrea Bonifácio, Bruno Simões and Branca Terra
    Citation: Triple Helix 2016 3:3
  8. The phenomenon of the entrepreneurial university has received considerable attention in recent decades, since the entrepreneurial orientation of academia could put regions and nations at an advantage in areas ...

    Authors: João P. C. Marques
    Citation: Triple Helix 2016 3:2
  9. This article describes and assesses the management of innovation environments, such as business incubators and science, technology, and innovation parks, resulting from university-industry-government (UIG) lin...

    Authors: Marcelo Amaral
    Citation: Triple Helix 2015 2:19
  10. In the age of Open Innovation, it is vital for a country in the lower middle-income bracket to free itself from those constraints which seriously weaken the links between science and industry. A descriptive an...

    Authors: Annamária Inzelt
    Citation: Triple Helix 2015 2:15
  11. Many commercially successful innovations are now arising from basic research carried out at universities. The boundary between pure science and applied research is blurred. In this context, governments worldwi...

    Authors: Olga Bychkova, Anna Chernysh and Evgeniya Popova
    Citation: Triple Helix 2015 2:13
  12. This paper provides an evidence-based approach to understanding the relationship infrastructure of spatially defined innovation ecosystems in three metropolitan areas. With the Triple Helix framework, the ecos...

    Authors: Martha G Russell, Jukka Huhtamäki, Kaisa Still, Neil Rubens and Rahul C Basole
    Citation: Triple Helix 2015 2:8
  13. There have been several initiatives by the governments in different parts of the world to establish world-class universities (WCUs). Such initiatives have been attempted only several times and yielded varied r...

    Authors: Raafat M Zaini, Dmitriy E Lyan and Eric Rebentisch
    Citation: Triple Helix 2015 2:4