Todd Lefko, International Business Development Company, USA (*email address protected*)
lexi Titkov, Russian University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia (*email address protected*)
Ali Sibai, Institute for War and Peace Reporting, Beruit, Lebanon (*email address protected*)
Artyom Rykun, Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia (*email address protected*)
The common thread of Triple Helix is the quality and utilization of information across the helices. The growth of multiple information infrastructures both encourages and discourages the ability of cooperation between academic, governmental and business institutions. New issues of governmental limitations upon access to the internet, growth of security classification systems and the rapidly changing technology of sharing alter the ability for Triple Helix expansion.
This track will both analyze and encourage the research and sharing of information on the role and impact of information systems upon Triple Helix development. Research issues will include, but not be limited to modification of communication systems, expanding governmental control patterns, methods of constraint, impacts of cybersecurity, the overload of data, the forms of communication, the systems of education in both academic and private sectors and how information is defined and utilized will be examined, as well as the symbols and meanings and their role in Triple Helix perceptions.
Other issues that may be examined are:
– The changes in governmental definitions of Freedom of Information
– Existing successful strategies for the expansion of information among Triple Helix partners
– Progress and limitations of open flows of information and data
– New triple helix alliances created because of information flows
– How to create a common understanding of language and messaging in the development of Triple Helix model,
as information platform
– The impact of information overload on analysis and implementation for Triple Helix
– Who are and will become the information brokers of the future
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- 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