International Triple Helix Institute (ITHI)




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





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










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

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




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

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


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


  • Triple Helix Twins: Innovation and Sustainability, longer and Chinese version, Journal of Northeastern University, 2006.3.


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

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

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


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

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

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



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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

  • 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. 
 




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

  • The Second Academic Revolution and the Rise of the Entrepreneurial University IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Summer 2001.
 
  • The Origin and Evolution of the University Species, VEST, 2001.

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

  • 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.

  • 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. 


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

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

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


  • “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.

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

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

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


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

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

  • The Conditions for Transforming from Science into Technology, Chinese version, Journal of Philosophy of Nature Science & Technology, 1999.2. 
 
 
  • When Path Dependencies Collide: The Evolution of Innovation Policy in the State of Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, Science and Public Policy, 1998.
 
  • Transition Within the Transition: Industry as a Stimulator of Technology Transfer in Post-Socialist Countries, EASST Review, Vol. 17(4): 35-39. 1998.



  • 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Technology Centres and Industrial Policy: the Emergence of the Interventionist State Science and Public Policy. May 1994.
 
  • The NSF and U.S. Industrial and Science Policy Science and Technology Policy. Feb. 1993.

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

  • Athena Unbound: Barriers to Women in Academic Science and Engineering, Science and Public Policy. June 1992.
 
  • Individual Investigators and Their Research Groups, Minerva. 30 (1): 28-50. 1992.

  • Profit from Knowledge: Organizational Innovations and the Evolution of Academic Norms, Minerva. 29 (2): 133-166. 1991.
 
  • Academic Industry Relations: An International Perspective, Physics World, 4 (12): 24-25. 1991.  

  • 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.

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

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

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

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

  • Corporate Induced Disaster: Three Mile Island and the Delegitimation of Nuclear Power, Humanity and Society, Fall 1984.
 
  • Solar Versus Nuclear Energy: Autonomous or Dependent Technology? Social Problems. 1984.

  • Entrepreneurial Scientists and Entrepreneurial Universities in American Academic Science Minerva. 21 (2-3): 1573-1871. 1983.
 
  • The Americanization of Marx: Middletown and Middletown in Transition. Journal of the History of Sociology. (2): 41-57. 1979.
 
  • Corporations and the City: Oligopolies and Urbanization  - Comparative Urban Research, 1978.
 
  • Ideology and Educational Utopias: SUNY at Purchase, Liberal Education, v62 n4 pp551-6 1976.
 
  • Media, social researchers and the public: linkages of legitimation and delegitimation,  American Sociologist. 10: 109-112. 1975.
 
  • The Male Nurse: Sexual Separation of Labor in Society Journal of Marriage and the Family, August 1971.
 
  • Sociology and Praxis Social Theory and Practice, 1971.
 
  • Institution Formation Sociology, American Sociologist. May 1970.
 
  • A Manifesto for Sociologists: Institution Formation-A New Sociology, Social Problems. Vol. 15 No.4. 1968.


Working Paper:   Nine-Quadrants of the "Endless Frontier”: Triple Helix Technological Innovation Systems   May, 2016

    Abstract 

To impel technological innovation in regional industries is key to a national strategy of innovation-driven development. This paper proposes a nine-quadrant model,  delineating  the relationship of the  Triple Helix innovation actors with three levels of technological innovation types —— independent innovation, re-innovation after import, and technological import —— and three stages of R&D activities from basic research to applied research to experiment & development.. The framework is utilized to develop a strategy to speed up formation of technological innovation systems  in the regional industries of China, Paradoxically, the Linear model and planned economy are  found to be in concordance with the non-linear model and a free market economy

Key Words:  innovation actors, university-industry-government triple helix for innovation, technological innovation system of regional industry, linear and non-linear innovation models, scientific research stages

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