Triple Helix has been a key concept to describe how industry, university, and public authorities articulate their activities and how these combine to promote innovation (Etzkowitz, 2008).
While Triple Helix has been used at the macro level to describe the workings of national systems of education and innovation, and at the regional levels to analyze "innovations in innovation" such as the invention of the venture capital firm, the aim of this workshop is to explore practices around Triple Helix, how organisations and scientists are transforming their methods of performing science and translating it into practice to match Triple Helix objectives.
Papers presented at the workshop can be submitted for the special issue of Technovation.
For the workshop we are invited abstract before February 15th, 2014.
Draft papers will be discussed during a workshop in Grenoble, May 26-27th 2014.
Special issue The Micro-foundations of Triple Helix : Technovation.
Submission for the special issue : November, 1st 2014. Publication is expected early 2016.