International Triple Helix Institute (ITHI)





       
       
                   Silicon Valley  X


               University-Industry-Government 

   
      Innovation-Entrepreneurship-Creativity

    
   
 



         Book Chapters




    • Regional governance in global innovation processes, In Innovation Governance in an Open Economy, 2012.






    • The Second Academic Revolution: Rise of the Entrepreneurial University and Impetuses to Firm Formation. In: Allen and O’Shea (eds) Entrepreneurial University, Cambridge University Press.

    • Academic Conflict of Interest. In  Science and Trust Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2010.

    • Normative Change in Science: From Entrepreneurial Science to Social Entrepreneurship. In: Measuring the Social Value of Innovation: A Link in the University Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship Equation. Libecap, G. (ed.) Bingley: Emerald, 2009.

    • Evolution of the university's role in Innovation and the New Asia Model, Douglas et al eds Globalization's' Muse: Universities and Higher Education Systems in a Changing World. Berkeley Public Policy Press. 2009.

    • The Coming Gender Revolution in Science (with Fuchs, Gupta, Kemelgor and Ranga) In: The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies (3rd edition)) Hackett, Amsterdamska, Lynch and Wajcman (eds) Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2008.

    • The Triple Helix and the Rise of the Entrepreneurial University In Grandin (ed.) Nobel Foundation Symposium on Science and Industry. Watson Publishing International. 2004.

    • The Triple Burden: A Cross-cultural analysis of the consequences of discrimination for women in science, In: European Commission Gender and Excellence in the Making. Brussels: Directorate General for Research. 2004.

    • Public Venture Capital: The Secret Life of US Science Policy In: Biegelbauer and Borras (eds) Innovation Policies in Europe and the US: The New Agenda. Hampshire: Ashgate. 2003.

    • “The Entrepreneurial University and the University as Entrepreneur: Why Academia is the Core Institution of Knowledge-Based Society In Fonster mot Framtiden (Visions of the Future) Stockholm: Ax:son Johnson Foundation. 2003.


    • China Philosophy, Dictionary for Natural Dialectic, edited by Yongxiang Lu, Science Press, 2003. 10, Beijing. Chinese version

    • The Triple Helix of University – Industry – Government, Working Paper 2002-11, Stockholm: Institutet för studier av utbildung och forskning (SYSTER). 2002.

    • Beyond the Endless Frontier: From the Land Grant to the Entrepreneurial University. In: Wolf, Zilberman (eds) Knowledge Generation and Technical Change. Kluwer: Dordrecht. 2001.

    • The Trajectory of U.S. Innovation Policy In Dresner, Simon and Nigel Gilbert (eds) The Dynamics of European Science and Technology Policies. London: Ashgate. 2001.

    • Nano-science and Society In Societal Implications of Nanoscience Washington DC NSF. 2001.

    • Innovation of China in The Twentieth Century - China’s Modernization in the  20th century, [Technology Part], Chinese version, Chinese Financial and Economic Press, 2001.1, Beijing.  

    • Science: the Basis and Source for Technology Transition, Chinese version, Technology Transfer and High-Tech Development (edited by Yutai Zhang), P298, 2001.3. 

    • Bridging the Gap: The Evolution of Industry-University Links in the United States” In: Branscomb et.al. (eds) Industrializing Knowledge Cambridge: MIT Press. 2000.

    • The Evolution of the Entrepreneurial University, In: Jacob and Hellstrom (eds) The Future of Knowledge Production in the Academy. Milton Keynes: Open University Press. 2000.

    • Why are women and minority scientists still treated so badly?” In: Campbell et al. (eds) Access Denied. New York: Oxford University Press. 2000.

    • Academia Agonistes: The Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government In: Braun and Merrien (eds), Towards a new model of governance for Universities London: Jessica Kingsley. 1999.

    • Entrepreneurial Science in Mexico as a Development Strategy” , Sociology of Science Yearbook, 1997. Dordrecht: Kluwer

    • Gender Implosion: The Paradox of Critical Mass for Women in Science In:  Nerad (ed.) Graduate Education in the United States, Garland Publishing. 1997.

    • The Triple Helix: Academic-Industry-Government Relations in New York In Raymond ed. The Technology Link to Economic Development. New York: N.Y. Academy of Sciences. 1996.

    • Academic-Industry Relations: A Sociological Paradigm for Economic Development. In: Leydesdorff and Besselaar (eds) Evolutionary Economics and Chaos Theory London: Pinter. 1994.

    • Science as Intellectual Property (with Webster) Sociology of Science Handbook Sage: 1994.

    • Die Kapitalisierung des Wissens: Die Rolle des Staates und des Wissenschaftlers bei der Grundung von Wirtschaftsunternehmen. In:  Hilpert (ed.) Zwischen Scylla Und Charybdis?: Zum Problem Staatlicher Politik Und Nicht-Intendierter Konseqwenzen. Westdeutcher Verlag. 1994.

    • Barriers to Women in Academic Science and Engineering. In: Pearson and Fechter (eds) Who Shall Do Science? Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University. 1994.

    • Redesigning Solomon's House: The University and the Internationalization of Science and Business, Sociology of Science Yearbook Amsterdam: Kluwer. 1992.

    • University-Industry Relations: Models of Integration and Separation", Proceedings of the 15th AAAS Colloquium on S&T Policy. 1990.

    • Second Academic Revolution In Cozzens (ed). The Research System in Transition Dordrecht: Kluwer. 1990.

    • The Electronic Focused Interview: Email as a Dialogic Interviewing Medium. In: Stefferud et al (eds). Message Handling Systems and Distributed Applications Amsterdam: North Holland. 1989.

    • The Making of an Entrepreneurial University: The Traffic Among MIT, Industry and the Military, 1860-1960. In: Mendelsohn et al (eds) Science, Technology and the Military Dordrecht: Kluwer. 1988.

    • Uberdeterminierte Technologie. In: Burokratie Als Shicksal?  WestDeutcher Verlag. 1985.