The Special Interest Group (SIG) of Triple Helix Association on Innovation Systems and Models is now inviting chapters and research contributions on ‘How to design innovation ecosystem and models under philosophy to triple helix’. The write-ups or contributions must discuss various components of innovations systems and models having elements of triple helix approach. Case studies, concepts, models and researches on the stated concepts are invited in main six areas such as: 1) Triplehelixising Innovation System, 2) Triplehelixising Government, 3) Triplehelixising Industries, 4) Triplehelixising Academia and last but not least 5) Triplehelixising Support Service, 6) Other Areas.
First Draft Submission – October 2019
Please send you initial concept to *email address protected* – 092003214917181 and get registered as writer/contributor
For more information, please download theTriplehelixising Innovation System_call for papers and Triplehelixising Innovation System_authors instructions.
The Concept of Book
One of the development bottlenecks in socioeconomic sustainable growth of the countries and regions is absence of policy coherence. The policy coherence can positively affect the stakeholders in the entire chain of development. The misalignment across the sectors and actors causes failure of many good initiatives. Overall innovation ecosystem remains poor inspite of very good initiatives taken separately in education, industrial or public sector.
This research aims to produce guiding knowledge on how to Triplehelixize innovation ecosystems of a country, region, city or district by developing alignment of academia, industry, government and other stakeholders. The law, policies and procedural guidelines must consider the joint efforts of them and include the detailed analysis of effects on each actor involved in the development process.
The education sector assumes the job of teaching, research and, in many cases, provides a launching platform for startups. The industry gives employment, provides funding and generate economic activities. The government looks to foster sustainability and collects revenue to runs public operations and support development. The innovation ecosystem based on triple helix approach will have value for each player across the virtuous circle. The education policies will help industry to generate economic activities and give employment and industrial policies will ensure good revenue for the state. Both industry and government policies can push new researches and education trends. The triple helix version of polices can cyclically impact every part of development chain positively and contribute in overall growth of the society.
The Special Interest Groups (former Thematic Research Groups), THA
The SIG of Triple Helix Association works for research and development on innovation ecosystems and models. The SIG aims to launch academic discussion on various interventions to produce policy research on resonance innovation ecosystems for the today’s socioeconomic sustainability challenges. We plan to study innovations systems, regional innovation systems, cross-country comparisons and how innovation systems of country, region, districts and towns help in gaining competitiveness.
First Draft Submission – October 2019
Reviewing and Revision – December 2019
Final Submission – May 2020
Publishing of Book – December 2020
The Areas of Contribution
The editors have launched the call for contribution to compile the book. We invite case studies, concepts, models and researches on the stated concepts. Broadly we are looking for write ups in main five areas such as:
Area 01- Triplehelixising Innovation System
Triple Helix and Governance
The Innovation System based on Triple Helix Philosophy
Triple Helix Case Studies of the Countries and Regions
Triple Helix Case Studies of Firms and Institutions
Transition from Disintegrated to Triple Helix Led Innovation System
Area 02- Triplehelixising Government
Economic Policies having Triple Helix Impact
Public Policies having Triple Helix Impact
The Law and Legislation having Triple Helix Impact
Intermediately Interventions to Promote Triple Helix Led Growth
Government Services to Promote Triple Helix Working
Area 03- Triplehelixising Industries
Industrial policies having Triple Helix Impact
Industrial Bodies having Triple Helix Interventions
Incentive Systems to Drive Industries for Academic Collaboration
Training of Industrial Human Resource on Triple Helix Model
Industrial Growth Models Based on Triple Helix Approach
Area 04- Triplehelixising Academia
Triple Helix and Entrepreneurial Academia
Triple Helix Led Governance of Higher Education
Capacity of Faculty on Triple Helix Approach
Exercising Triple Helix in Teaching and Research
Assessment of Universities on Triple Helix
Area 05- Triplehelixising Innovation Support Services
Triple Helix oriented Technology Foresight
Triple helix based IP Systems and Funding, Technology Commercialization
Area 06 – Other Areas
Other related topics are also welcome. Email your initial concept to *email address protected*
Mr Rahmat Ullah, *email address protected*, PAKISTAN
Mr. Rahmat Ullah is a research scholar in management with specialized focus on innovation, triple helix and technology development. He is also working under capacity of Secretary General, South Asia Triple Helix Association (SATHA). He has managed development of number of technologies and initiated many industries-driven projects in the universities of Pakistan. Mr. Rahmat is a regular trainer in research methods and consultant for innovation and technology development for academia, industry and R&D organizations. Currently, he serves Institute of Research Promotion as chief coordinator and Manager ORIC, University of Management and Technology.
Professor Luiz Márcio Spinosa, *email address protected*, BRAZIL
Full professor and researcher at Pontifical Catholic University of Parana (BR) and Innovation Coordinator in the Brazilian Institute for Quality and Productivity (BR). His research focuses on the understanding of regional and national innovation ecosystems; new innovation paradigms; innovation ecosystems policies, management practices and processes. He has over 20 years of experience in managing innovation agency, technopark, R&D institute and several national and international projects, as well as registration of softwares, systems and databases.
Prof. Emanuela Todeva, *email address protected* , UK
is now a leading academic at the School of Management and Social Sciences at St. Mary’s University, UK, and directing the BCNED research centre on Business Clusters, Networks and Economic Development. She is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Sao Paolo in Brazil and Senior Consultant to the European Commission, Institute of Prospective Technologies with commissioned work on evaluation of National Innovation Systems and Mapping of Global Value Chains.