Panayiotis H Ketikidis, International Faculty of University of Sheffield, CITY College (*email address protected*)
Devrim Göktepe-Hultén (*email address protected*)
Innovation, entrepreneurship, and co-creation are key elements to bring the knowledge society to the next level in terms of emergence of new ideas (Perkmann et al, 2013), to accelerate changes and deliver impact and results (Etzkowitz, 2003; Johnson, 2009). The industry’s role in this process is crucial. As enterprises are mainly focused on economic performance, they need innovation to remain competitive in the markets they are active in or to become successful in the markets they want to enter. Universities have an equally important role to fulfil in the process. First of all, by investing – usually funded with public money – in fundamental research of which the results become available.
However, as the industry becomes the dynamic to the Triple Helix, it is of core importance to ensure a proper co- creation between industry and universities. Such co-creation should not be seen as an added value service, but rather, both universities and industries should incorporate such co-creation in their business models (Ketikidis et al, 2013; Carayannis et al, 2012). Understanding how this co-creation capitalizes becomes then a critical concern for both parties.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
• University-Industry (U-I) co-creation capitalization/implementation forms
• U-I co-creation case studies and best practices
• Drivers and barriers to university-industry co-creation
• Impact measurement of innovation outputs resulted from university-industry co-creation
• Social engagement and social impact resulted from university-industry co-creation
• Intermediaries and moderators of university-industry co-creation
• U-I co-creation challenges for the quintuple helix (co-creation with society and environment)
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Perkmann, M, Tartari, V, McKelvey, M, Autio, E, Broström, A, D’Este, P and Krabel, S. (2013) Academic engagement and
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Carayannis, E G, Barth, T D and Campbell, D F. (2012) The Quintuple Helix innovation model: global warming as a challenge and
driver for innovation. Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 1(1), 1-12.
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Etzkowitz, H. (2003) Research Groups as Quasi-firms: the Invention of the Entrepreneurial University. Research Policy; 32. 109-
- 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