The Challenges of Mobilising Triple Helix Stakeholders
Todeva, E. (2019) ‘The Challenges of Mobilising Triple Helix Stakeholders: Editorial’, in: Todeva, E., Ketikidis, P., Piqué, J. (eds), Triple Helix Best Practices Series, Vol. 1: The Role of Government / Academia / Industry in Building Innovation-Based Cities and Nations, The Triple Helix Associatio
8 Pages Posted: 10 Mar 2020
Date Written: September 1, 2019
The first volume of this Series is on The Role of Government / Academia / Industry in Building Innovation-Based Cities and Nations and aims to present a group of cases of successful Triple Helix engagement which demonstrate the benefits and the costs of multi-stakeholder management at regional, national and international level. Articles present different sectoral and regional triple helix constellations in different country contexts – comparing actors, their strategic aims, and how these coalign, how they act together, and what is the tangible and intangible impact of such a triple helix mobilization.
The editorial article synthesizes across all cases and introduces a generalized view on different models proposed for the scale-up of the impact from the collaboration between government - industry, and academia.
The cases in the first volume were sourced from the applications for the Triple Helix International Medal Award 2018, A triple Helix Association Award, launched at the II International Triple Helix Summit, 10-13 November 2018 Dubai.
Keywords: mobilising stakeholders, triple helix governance, complex relationships, policy mixes, implementation strategies
JEL Classification: A14; G38; H11
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