The Triple Helix as a Highly Charged Intellectual Enterprise

Helice – THA Newsletter, 2 (3): 8-12

6 Pages Posted: 8 Nov 2013

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Emanuela Todeva

Business Clusters, Networks and Economic Development

Henry Etzkowitz

Stanford University - H-STAR Institute

Date Written: October 2013

Abstract

The THA’s recent practice of out-sourcing conference management to external, as well as internal, groups has brought new resources, ideas and people into the Triple Helix orbit, but the downside may be a loss of focus. This article outlines some of the challenges in this form of organising and the outcomes from diverse and interdisciplinary intellectual enterprises such as the academic community of Triple helix research.

Keywords: triple helix, open innovation, government, industry, university, global economic, social, technological challenges

JEL Classification: A10, A14, B25, G38, H11, H41, H52, L51, L51, L59, M10, O31, O38

Suggested Citation

Todeva, Emanuela and Etzkowitz, Henry, The Triple Helix as a Highly Charged Intellectual Enterprise (October 2013). Helice – THA Newsletter, 2 (3): 8-12, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2351296

Emanuela Todeva (Contact Author)

Business Clusters, Networks and Economic Development ( email )

London
United Kingdom

HOME PAGE: http://www.bcned.co.uk

Henry Etzkowitz

Stanford University - H-STAR Institute ( email )

Stanford, CA 94305
United States

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