Triple Helix Institute                                Silicon Valley -X



















  • Silicon Valley: Too Much Success, Computing Predictive Analytics, Business Intelligence, and Economics: Modeling Techniques with Start-ups and Incubators. Oakville, Canada: Apple Academic Press Inc. 2019.
























  • The evolution of technology transfer; In: Breznitz, S.M. and Etzkowitz, Henry (eds.) University Technology Transfer: The globalization of academic innovation. Routledge, 2016. 




























































  • Troinaya spiralUniversitety–predpriyatiya–gosudarstvo. Innovatsii v deistvii , 2010. 















































  • Reconstrução criativa: hélice tripla e inovação regional. Rio de Janeiro: Inteligência Empresarial, CRIE/COPPE/UFRJ, 2005.














  • Innovation, Incubation and Growth, Innovation Matters, April 2004.
























  • The triple helix of university-industry-government relations implications for policy and evaluation, Science Policy Institute, Stockholm, 2002. 











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


  • Theoretical Grounding of S&T Policy: Science and Technology Field Theory, Chinese version, Science of Science and Management of S & T,Vol 22,No.4, P13-15, 2001.


  • 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. 



  • Public venture capital,  [KIIP] 한국지식재산연구원 도서 DB, 2001.




  • Innovación en la Innovación, La Triple Hélice de las relaciones entre la universidad, la industria y el Gobierno. Instituto de Política científica, Universidad estatal de Nueva York, EEUU, 2001. 




























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























  • 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.





  • Barriers to women in academic science and engineering, in MINERVA, 1994.








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












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













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



























, Brussels Economic Review.  54 (2/3): 131-148, 2011


, Brussels Economic Review.  54 (2/3): 131-148, 2011.