A warm welcome to the Spring edition of Hélice.
We open this issue with Henry’s discussion on the potential role of the T riple Helix in handling global crisis. After Henry’s introduction to this year’s conference theme of Addressing Ecosystem Challenges in the Era of Crisis, Djordje Pinter and Emanuela T odeva present further the theme of the conference, as well as the thematic areas. The 2016 Annual Conference will held in Heildelberg, Germany, in September 2016, and hosted by the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ). The conference organisers are still accepting papers and the abstract submission is still open. For more information on how to make a submission, please see page seven, or alternatively contact Djordje Pinter or Emanuela Todeva directly.
We include three scientific articles in this issue (i) Triple Helix models of innovation: are synergies generated at national or regional levels (Loet Leydesdorff); (ii) Open innovation as driver of economic development in emerging markets: as assessment of two T riple Helix projects in Southern Africa (Daniel Nel and Davis Cook); and (iii) From fundraising to innovation ecosystem development: a case study (Andre Hattingh).
In our book review section, Branca Terra and her colleagues provide an extensive review of the book Innovation U 2.0: Reinventing University roles in a Knowledge Economy by Louis G Tornatzky and Elaine C Rideout. The Book Review Editor, Branca Terra, welcomes your original and interesting reviews on publications related to the Triple Helix theme.
We present new publications by Triple Helix members, as well as interesting and ongoing activities of the Triple Helix Association: Thematic Resear ch Groups News; News from our Chapters; and TH A News. An especially warm welcome to new TH A members, individual and organizational, including J AMK, Finland (Platinum, and Tomsk State University, Russia (Gold).
We hope that you enjoy the articles in this issue, and that they inspire you to consider how past work, current endeavors, and future collaborations can be combined to facilitate innovation in communities across all scales, from local to global. We also hope that the ideas presented will develop in the minds of our readership, and potentially spark new projects and approaches to study and apply the Triple Helix framework in different contexts.
The Triple Helix Journal, as always, welcomes your submissions, with a promise of a fast but high-quality review process. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Anne Rocha Perazzo, the Managing Editor.
The Association is re-launching the Working Papers Series, and we are also calling for Mentors. Further information is available from the new Series Chair, Maria Jose Herrero Villa.
As Editors, we appreciate your interest in the Hélice Magazine, and invite you to publish articles or submit new items for publication. Feel free to share your updates and news, and make your research visible via Hélice.
For further information, please contact Devrim Göktepe-Hultén (Editor in Chief) at devrimgoktepe@gmail. com, or Sheila Forbes (Managing Editor) at sheila. *email address protected*.
Devrim Goktepe-Hulten (Editor in Chief)
Sheila Forbes (Managing Editor)
- Editorial Welcome
- President’s corner
- XIV Triple Helix International Conference
- CALL FOR SCIENTIFIC PAPERS AND EXPERIENCE-BASED CASES
- PROGRAMME TRACKS FOR SCIENTIFIC PAPERS AND EXPERIENCE-BASED CASES
- 1. ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITY AND ITS SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT
- 2. ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITY AND REGIONAL INNOVATION SYSTEMS
- 3. SCIENCE PARKS AND INCUBATORS – NEW FRONTIERS
- 4. MEASURING SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARKS
- 5. REGIONAL DIMENSIONS OF TRIPLE HELIX? CLUSTERS, CITIES AND GEOGRAPHIC BOUNDARIES
- 6. INNOVATION CLUSTERS AND CLUSTER INITIATIVES AS PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF TRIPLE HELIX COLLABORATION
- 7. BOOSTING INNOVATION AND GROWTH THROUGH UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY CO-CREATION
- 8. INDIVIDUALS IN THE TRIPLE HELIX
- 9. BUSINESS LED TRIPLE HELIX AND THE NEW ROLE OF GOVERNMENT
- 10. THE IMPACT OF GLOBAL INFORMATION FLOWS ON TRIPLE HELIX INTERACTIONS UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY INTERACTIONS
- 11. ARE WE FACING A NEW GENERATION OF NATIONAL INNOVATION SYSTEMS?
- 12. ADVANCING NEW MODELS AND TOOLS FOR KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER
- 13. THE TRIPLE HELIX MODEL AND KNOWLEDGE CREATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
- 14. TRIPLE HELIX: GENDER, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND DIVERSITY
- 15. MEASURING THE STRENGTH OF THE TRIPLE HELIX
- 16. SCIENCE AND THE ART OF THE TRIPLE HELIX
- 17. TRIPLE HELIX AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP ECOSYSTEMS IN THE LIGHT OF COMPLEXITY AND EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
- TRIPLE HELIX SCIENTIFIC NEWS
- BOOK REVIEW
- WORKING PAPER SERIES
- WEBINAR SERIES
- THEMATIC RESEARCH GROUPS NEWS
- CHAPTER NEWS
- NEW THA MEMBERS
- THA NEWS
- CALL FOR GOOD PRACTICE ON SOCIAL INNOVATION AND CULTURAL HERITAGE
- TH TALKS SERIES
- GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITY METRICS INITIATIVE (GEUM)
- TH JOURNAL: FUNDING SECURED TO SUPPORT ABSTRACT TRANSLATIONS IN PORTUGUESE!
- NETMIB PROJECT KICKS OFF IN HUNGARY
- FORESIGHT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, INC. SEEKING OUTSIDE TECHNOLOGY COMMERCIALIZATION CONSULTANTS
- UNIVERSITY-BUSINESS COOPERATION FORUM
- REGIONAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION AWARDS FOR TAUGHT MASTER STUDENTS AND EARLY CAREERS