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Dr. Elvira Martini
PhD, Research Fellow
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Elvira Martini holds a degree in Economics and Business from University of Sannio, Italy; a postgraduate qualification in "Area Coordinator - an expert in animation and territorial marketing" from University of Sannio and Scuola Superiore Sant 'Anna di Pisa, Italy; a PhD in Sociology from University of Sannio.
Areas of interests in TH research
Innovation and technology, Knowledge based-economy, Human and social capital, Local development
Areas of competence and expertise in TH research
Socialization of innovation, Socio-constructivism theory, Technology transfer process, Professor of Practice (PoP)
Main works and publications
1. “Territorial Dynamics: the Rules of Innovation Helices” in Vrontis D. (ed.) Management Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Human Resource Management practices: a global perspective, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, http://www.c-s-p.org/about_us.htm, 2014, (forthcoming).
2. “Territorial Intelligence: A Driver of Socialization and Development” (con F. Vespasiano), Athens: ATINER’S Conference Paper Series, 2013, No: SOC2012-0066 (ISSN 2241-2891).
3. “Socializing intelligence and knowledge for the territorial development” in Vogt M., Plebańczyk K., Squillante M (eds.), Brain Gain through Culture? Researching the Development of Middle Size Cities in Poland, Lithuania, Italy, Hungary, Germany, and France. Proceedings of the International Study Week Görlitz, 2012, pp. 21-30 (DOI 10.1696/KOL-2012-1).
4. “Socializzare per innovare. Il modello della Tripla Elica, Roma, Loffredo, 2011 (ISBN 978887564507-6).
5. “The Triple Helix Dynamics for the reduction of the social complexity” (con F. Vespasiano), in Affuso S., D’Alessandro S., Marini G. (eds.) “The Global Next Scenarios”, Aracne, Roma, 2011 pp. 171-192 (ISBN 978-88-548-4270-0).
6. “Una riflessione sull’ipotesi di riduzione della complessità”, in Nuova Atlantide “Il rischio/The Risk – Cyberneuro”, n. 1, 2011, pp. 54-69 (ISBN 978-88-548-4114-7), (DOI 10.4399/97888548411475).
7. “Comunicazione e conflitto: Possibilità di gestione della complessità. L’opinione di Loet Leydesdorff e Henry Etzkowitz”, in Nuova Atlantide “Il rischio/The Risk – Cyberneuro”, n. 1, 2011, pp. 70-80 (ISBN 978-88-548-4114-7), (DOI: 10.4399/97888548411476).
8. The paradigm of the social construction of knowledge: The Triple Helix Model” (con F. Vespasiano), in Papanikos G.T. (eds), Essays on Social Themes, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens (ATINER), 2011, pp. 175-190 (ISBN: 978-960-9549-80-6).
9. “The transformation of university-industry relations. The case of Campania” (con M. Rossi), in Roufagalas J. (eds), Economic Themes, vol. I, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens (ATINER), 2010, pp. 447-466 (ISBN 978-960-6672-86-6).
10. “Experimenting the Triple Helix Model in a Southern Italy area” (con F. Vespasiano), in Proceedings of 7th Biennal International Conference on University, Industry & Government linkages, 17-19 Giugno 2009, Glasgow (ISBN 978-0-9824934-0-3).
11. “Territorial Dimension and competition: the Made in Italy challenges” (con M. Rossi), in Proceedings of 7th Biennal International Conference on University, Industry & Government linkages, 17-19 Giugno 2009, Glasgow (ISBN 978-0-9824934-0-3).