Programme Tracks for Scientific Papers and Experience-Based Papers

THXIVThe programme tracks for scientific papers and experience-based cases have been enhanced by new tracks. The new professional community of thirty-five track conveners have reviewed over seventy abstracts and for the first time provided feedback on submissions. As a result, the number of parallel sessions have expanded, offering a rich choice of topics and issues stimulating reflections and insights. The active tracks and topics attracting participation include the following.
(Abstracts will be made available on-line prior to the conference).

  • The Entrepreneurial University and its Socio-Economic Impact
  • The Entrepreneurial University and Regional Innovation Systems
  • Science Parks and Incubators – New Frontiers
  • Measuring Social and Economic Impacts of Science and Technology Parks
  • Regional Dimensions of Triple Helix? Clusters, Cities and Geographic Boundaries
  • Innovation Clusters and Cluster Initiatives as practical implementation of Triple Helix Collaboration
  • Boosting Innovation and Growth through University-Industry Co-Creation
  • Individuals in the Triple Helix
  • Business-led Triple Helix and the New Role of Government
  • The Impact of Global Information Flows on Triple Helix Interactions and University-Industry Relationships
  • Are we facing a New Generation of National Innovation Systems?
  • Advancing New Models and Tools for Knowledge Transfer
  • The Triple Helix Model and Knowledge Creation in Developing Countries
  • Triple Helix: Gender, Entrepreneurship and Diversity in Academia
  • Measuring the strength of Triple Helix
  • Science and Art of Triple Helix
  • Triple Helix and Entrepreneurship Ecosystems in the light of Complexity and Evolutionary Ecology
  • Social Innovation – is there a Role for Universities?
  • The Sovereignty Drift in Academia: the impact of Traditional and Emergent Hierarchies and Power-Asymmetries on Academic Life and Academic Performance
  • Foresight: enhancing Policy and Corporate Decision Making