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  1. Silicon Valley: The Sustainability of an Innovative RegionSocial Science Information, Vol 52, No.3, 2013.

  2. When Knowledge Married Capital: The Birth of Academic EnterpriseJournal of Knowledge-based Innovation in China, Vol.5, Issue1, 2013.

  3. Developing Venture Capital Systems beyond the Economic Capital ConceptJournal of Knowledge-based Innovation in China, Vol. 4, No.3, 2012.

  4. Triple helix clusters: boundary permeability at university–industry–government interfaces as a regional innovation strategy Environment and Planning C, Vol. 30 No. 5   766 – 779, 2012.

  5. An Innovation Strategy to End the Second Great DepressionEuropean Planning Studies, Vol. 20, No. 9, 2012.


  6. The Great Expectations: The Innovation Solution to the Contemporary Economic Crisis, European Planning Studies, Vol 20, No. 9, 2012.


  7. Wither the University? The Novum Trivium and the Transition from industrial to knowledge society Social Science Information, Vol 51, No.2, 2012.


  8. Organizational Innovation in a Developing Country: Invention and Diffusion of the Brazilian Cooperative Incubator, International Journal of Technology and Globalisation, 2012.

  9. Normative Change in Science and the Birth of the Triple Helix Social Science Information, Vol.50 No 3&4, 2011.

  10. Gender dynamics in science and technology: From the “Leaky Pipeline” to the “Vanish Box”, Brussels Economic Review 54 (2/3): 131-148, 2011.

  11. A Knowledge-Based Strategy for Renewing a Declining Industrial City: The Norrköping Way, European Planning Studies, 2011.

  12. Promoting innovation based on social sciences and technologies:the prospect of a social innovation park. INNOVATION–The European Journal of Social Science Research,Vol. 24, No. 1, March 2011, 1-17.

  13. The STPs’ Roles in Green Growth of China: Based on the Public- University- Industry Triple Helix for Sustainable Development. Journal of Knowledge-based Innovation in China. Vol.3, No.3, 2011

  14. International progress and domestic problems on the study of Triple Helix, Chinese version, Science and Management,  2011.5. 

  15. Athena in the World of Techne: The Gender Dimension of Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Journal of Technology Management and Innovation, 2010.

  16. Polyvalent Knowledge and the Future of the UniversityCritical Sociology  2010.

  17. The Gender Revolution in Science and TechnologyJournal of International Affairs, Vol 64, No.1. 2010.

  18. Entrepreneurial Universities for the UK: A “Stanford University” at Bamburgh Castle. Industry and Higher Education, July 2010.

  19. The Triple Helix Model and the Knowledge-Based Economy, Chinese version, Journal of Northeastern University (Social Sciences), 2010.1

  20. Patent Strategy in Chinese Universities: a Comparative Perspective, Scientometrics (2010) 84:53–63

  21. Maybe they can? University technology transfer offices as regional growth engine, International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation9(1-2): 166-181.2009.

  22. A TransKeynesian Vision of Government’s Role in Innovation:  Picking Winners Revisited, Science and Public Policy 36 (10): 799-808. 2009.

  23. Unity and Diversity in High-tech Growth and Renewal: Learning from Boston and Silicon ValleyEuropean Planning Studies 16 (8): 1009-1024. 2008.

  24. Building the Entrepreneurial University: A Global Perspective, Science and Public Policy 35 (9): 627-635. 2008.

  25. Pathways to the Entrepreneurial University: Towards a Global ConvergenceScience and Public Policy 35 (9): 781-695. 2008.

  26. Transforming Triple Helix University-Government-Industry Relations, Journal of Technology Management in China 3 (1): 5-11. 2008.

  27. Triple Helix Circulation; the Heart of Innovation and DevelopmentInternational Journal of Technology Management  & Sustainable Development 7 (2): 101-115. 2008.

  28. Rethinking development: circulation in the triple helix,Technology Analysis & Strategic Management. Nov2008, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p653-666.

  29. Emergence of the entrepreneurial university in evolution of the triple helix: the case of Northeastern University China, Journal of Technology Management in China, Vol. 3, Number 1, 2008, 109-126. 


  30. Gender Patterns in Technology Transfer: Social innovation in the making? Research Global, 4-5. 2008.

  31. Professors of Practice and the Entrepreneurial University, International Higher Education 49: 10-11. 2008.

  32. New directions in Latin American university-industry-government interactions, International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development. Volume 7. Number 3 © 2008 Intellect Ltd

  33. The entrepreneurial university in China: nonlinear paths, Science and Public Policy. Volume 35, Number 9, November 2008, 637-646.

  34. University-Industry-Government Interaction: the Triple Helix Model for Innovation, Asia-Pacific Tech Monitor 24 (1): 14-23. 2007.

  35. The Athena Paradox: Bridging the Gender Gap in Science Journal of Technology Management and Innovation 2(1): 1-3 2007.

  36. (Ethiopia) Conference Reports, International Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Development. 2007,Vol. 6 Issue 1, p71-74

  37. The ‘Triple Helix’ of the Hadrian’s Valley Economy  Parliamentary Monitor, July/August 2006.

  38. The new visible hand: an assisted linear model of science and innovation policyScience and Public Policy 33 (5): 310-320. 2006.

  39. Triple Helix Twins: Innovation and Sustainability, long and Chinese version, Journal of Northeastern University, 2006.3; Republication by China Academic Humanities and Social Sciences Library (8) as an important paper.


  40. “Women in Science: A Fair Shake? Minerva, 44 (2): 185-199. 2006.

  41. Triple Helix Twins: Innovation and Sustainability, Science and Public Policy 33 (1): 77-83. 2005.


  42. Towards ‘meta-innovation’ in Brazil: The evolution of the incubator and the emergence of a triple helix, Research Policy 34 (4): 411-424. 2005.

  43. The renewal of venture capital: Toward a counter-cyclical model, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management. Mar. 2005, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p73-87.

  44. The Innovating Region: Towards a theory of knowledge based regional development, Research Management 35 (3): 243-255. 2005.

  45. Triple Burden on Women in Science, Current Science 89 (8): 1382-1386. 2005.

  46. Counter-cyclical Venture Capital Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 17 (1): 73-87. 2005.

  47. Introduction to Triple Helix Theory, Chinese version, Journal of Philosophy of Nature Science & Technology, Vol. 22,No.4, 2005. 

  48. The Evolution of the Entrepreneurial University, International Journal of Technology and Globalisation, 1 (1): 64-77. 2004.


  49. The Rise of a Triple Helix Culture: Innovation in Brazilian economic and social developmentInternational Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Development 2 (1): 159-171. 2004.


  50. Innovation, Incubation and Growth  Innovation Matters (April, 2004).

  51. The global paradigm of networking as an underlying rationality of programming innovation policies, International Journal of Technology Management. 2004, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p431-439. 9p.

  52. Innovation in Innovation: The Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations. Social Science Information  (42 (3): 293-338. 2003.


  53. The European Entrepreneurial University, Industry and Higher Education Oct. 2003

  54. Beyond Humboldt: the entrepreneurial university, the third mission and the triple helix, VEST Journal for Science and Technology Studies, 16 (1). 2003.

  55. Is There a Fourth Helix? Science and Public Policy, 30 (1): 55-61. 2003.

  56. “Public Venture Capital: US Science, Technology and Industrial Policy”, SciPolicy, 2003.


  57. Research Groups as ‘Quasi-Firms’: the invention of the entrepreneurial university. Research Policy, 32 (1): 109-121. 2003.

  58. Incubation of Incubators: Innovation as a Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Networks Science and Public Policy, 29 (2): 115-128. 2002.


  59. Networks of Innovation: Science, Technology and Development in the Triple Helix Era. International Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Development, 2002.

  60. Scientific Actions in Creating-style Technological Inventions, Chinese version, S&T Program and Policy, Vol.18,No.8,P123-125, 2002. 

  61. Scientific Actions in Improving-style Technological Inventions, Chinese version, S&T Program and Policy, Vol.18,No.3, P88-90, 2002. 

  62. Study on Relationship between Science and Technology, Chinese version, Journal of Philosophy of Nature Science & Technology, Vol.4 No.3, 2002

  63. Technology Revolution in History, Chinese version, Journal of Philosophy of Nature Science & Technology, Vol.18,No 6,P54-56; Whole-length transshipment by Copy Material of Renmin University of China (Science and Technology Philosophy), 2002.10. 


  64. Gender Inequality in Science: A Universal Condition? Minerva 39 (2): 239-257. 2001. 

  65. Overcoming Isolation: Women's Dilemmas in American Academic ScienceMinerva 39 (2): 153-174. 2001. 

  66. Information Infrastructure for Healthcare: An Evaluation of a Government-Industry Technology Development InitiativeTechnology Analysis and Strategic Management, 13 (4): 507-521. 2001.


  67. The Transformation of University-Industry-Government Relations, Electronic Journal of Sociology 5 (4)  

  68. Networked Research: An EC Model for the U.S.? Science 292 (5515), 13 April, 2001.

  69. The Second Academic Revolution and the Rise of the Entrepreneurial University IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Summer 2001.


  70. The Origin and Evolution of the University Species, VEST, 2001.

  71. The Endless Transition: Finding A Social Basis for U.S. Science Policy SciPolicy, Spring, 2001.

  72. Theoretical Grounding of S&T Policy: Science and Technology Field Theory, Chinese version, Science of Science and Management of S & T,Vol22,No.4, P13-15, 2001.


  73. Thoughts about the Relationship between Science and Technology from Science Policy,Chinese version,  Journal of Philosophy of Nature Science & Technology, Vol.17,No.3,P27-29&52, 2001. 

  74. The dynamics of innovation: from National Systems and ‘Mode 2’ to a Triple Helix of university-industry-government relationsResearch Policy, 29 (2): 109-123. 2000.

  75. Academia Interrupted: Normative Change in Science SciPolicy, Fall 2000.

  76. Technology Transfer and the Eastern European Transition Science and Public Policy, 27 (4) 230-234 2000.

  77. S&T human resources: the comparative advantage of the post-socialist countries, Science and Public Policy, August 2000.


  78. The Future of the University and the University of the Future: the Evolution of Ivory Tower to Entrepreneurial ParadigmResearch Policy, 29 (2): 313-330. 2000.

  79. “Le Mode 2 et la globalisation des systèmes d'innovation nationaux: le modèle à triple hélice des relations entre université, industrie et gouvernement,”  Sociologie et Société, August 2000.

  80. The Dual Trajectories— Field Model of the interaction between Science and Technology,Chinese version, Science of Science and Management of S & T,2000.12. 

  81. Imprenditorialita degli scienziati: conflitto di interessi e cambiamento normativo nella scienza Quarderni di Sociologia, 1999.

  82. Public Entrepreneur: the trajectory of United States science, technology and industrial policy Science and Public Policy 26 (1): 53-62. 1999.

  83. Failure and Success: Industrial Policy in Latin America and Southeast Asia, Research Policy, 28 (4): 337-350. 1999.


  84. Industrial Policy in Europe and America, Journal of Technology Transfer, 1999.

  85. Study on Transformation from Science into Technology,Chinese version,  Science, Technology and Dialectics, 1999.4. 

  86. The Conditions for Transforming from Science into Technology, Chinese version, Journal of Philosophy of Nature Science & Technology, 1999.2. 


  87. The Norms of Entrepreneurial Science: cognitive effects of the new university-industry linkages,  Research Policy 27 (8): 823-833. 1998.


  88. When Path Dependencies Collide: The Evolution of Innovation Policy in the State of Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, Science and Public Policy, 1998.


  89. Transition Within the Transition: Industry as a Stimulator of Technology Transfer in Post-Socialist Countries, EASST Review, Vol. 17(4): 35-39. 1998.

  90. The Endless Transition: A "Triple Helix" of University-Industry-Government RelationsMinerva: A Review of Science, Learning & Policy. Fall1998, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p203-208.

  91. The Role of Centres in the Collectivisation of Academic ScienceMinerva 36 (3): 271-288. 1998.


  92. From Zero-Sum to Value-Added Strategies: The Emergence of "Knowledge-Based Industrial Policy in the States of the United States", Policy Studies Journal, 1998.

  93. The Model for Transforming from Science to Technology, Chinese version. Science, Technology and Dialectics, 1997.4.


  94. Conflict of Interest and Commitment in Academic Science in the United States Minerva 34 (3): 259-277. 1996.


  95. A Triple Helix of Academic-Industry-Government, Current Science, 1996.

  96. From knowledge flows to the triple helix: The transformation of academic-industry relations in the USA. Industry & Higher Education, December 337-342.1996.

  97. Losing Our Bearings: the Science Policy Crisis in post-Cold War Eastern Europe, former Soviet Union and USA Science and Public Policy Feb. 1996.

  98. The Triple Helix: University - Industry - Government Relations A Laboratory for Knowledge Based Economic Development, EASST Review 14 (1). 1995.

  99. Inching Toward Industrial Policy: the University's Role in Government Initiatives to Assist Small Innovative Companies in the U.S. Science Studies Dec. 1995.

  100. Beyond the Frontier: The Convergence of Military and Civilian R&D Science Studies Dec. 1994.


  101. Knowledge As Property: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Debate Over Academic Patent Policy" Minerva Winter, 1994.

  102.  The Paradox of Critical Mass for Women in Science, Science Vol. 266 (5182): 51-54. 1994.

  103. Technology Centres and Industrial Policy: the Emergence of the Interventionist State Science and Public Policy May 1994.


  104. The NSF and U.S. Industrial and Science Policy Science and Technology Policy. Feb. 1993.


  105. Enterprises from Science: The Origins of Science-based Regional Economic Development Minerva 31(3): 326-360. 1993. 

  106. Athena Unbound: Barriers to Women in Academic Science and Engineering, Science and Public Policy June 1992.


  107. Individual Investigators and Their Research Groups, Minerva 30 (1): 28-50. 1992.

  108. Profit from Knowledge: Organizational Innovations and the Evolution of Academic Norms, Minerva 29 (2): 133-166. 1991.


  109. Academic Industry Relations: An International Perspective Physics World 4 (12): 24-25. 1991.  

  110. Regional Industrial and Science Policy in the United States Science and Technology Policy April 1991. Reprinted in Science and Technology London: The British Library, 1995.


  111. University-Industry Connections and Academic Values, Technology in Society 1990.

  112. Entrepreneurial Science in the Academy: A Case of the Transformation of Norms Social Problems, 36 (1): 14-29. 1989.

  113. The Institutionalization of Academic Computer Science,  Science, Technology and Human Values 13 (1,2). 1988.

  114. Photovoltaics in U.S. Technology Policy Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, 1988.

  115. Corporate Induced Disaster: Three Mile Island and the Delegitimation of Nuclear Power, Humanity and Society, Fall 1984.


  116. Solar Versus Nuclear Energy: Autonomous or Dependent Technology? Social Problems. 1984.

  117. Entrepreneurial Scientists and Entrepreneurial Universities in American Academic Science Minerva 21 (2-3): 1573-1871. 1983.


  118. The Americanization of Marx: Middletown and Middletown in Transition. Journal of the History of Sociology (2): 41-57. 1979.


  119. Corporations and the City: Oligopolies and Urbanization  - Comparative Urban Research, 1978.


  120. Ideology and Educational Utopias: SUNY at Purchase, Liberal Education, v62 n4 pp551-6 1976.


  121. Media, social researchers and the public: linkages of legitimation and delegitimation,  American Sociologist 10: 109-112. 1975.


  122. The Male Nurse: Sexual Separation of Labor in Society Journal of Marriage and the Family, August 1971.


  123. Sociology and Praxis Social Theory and Practice, 1971.


  124. Institution Formation Sociology, American Sociologist May 1970.


  125. A Manifesto for Sociologists: Institution Formation-A New Sociology, Social Problems Vol. 15 No.4. 1968.