International Triple Helix Institute (ITHI)




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      Book Chapters:

 

  1. Entrepreneurial Approach of China: NEU in a Government-pulled Triple Helix Model, in Building Technology Transfer within Research Universities: An Entrepreneurial Approach, Cambridge University Press, Editors: RORY O’ SEA & THOMAS J. ALLEN, forthcoming.


  2. The ‘start-up factor”: Regional innovation policy convergence between the US and Sweden In Innovation Governance in an Open Economy, 2012.


  3. “Spaces”: a Triple Helix governance strategy for regional innovation, In Innovation Governance in an Open Economy, 2012.


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


  5. The Triple Helix of Knowledge (with Dzisah), In The Age of Knowledge, 2012.


  6. Chapter 4: From a URE to a leading Group of regional IT industrial Clusters: in a perspective of academia-government-industry triple helix, Technological Entrepreneurship in China CasebookEdward Elgar, 2012.

  7. Creative Reconstruction: A Triple Helix-based Innovation Strategy in Central and Eastern Europe Countries’. In: M. Saad and G. Zawdie (eds), Theory and Practice of Triple Helix Model in Developing Countries. Issues and Challenges. Routledge. 2011.


  8.  A Company of their Own: Entrepreneurial Scientists and the Capitalization of Knowledge In The Capitalization of Knowledge: A Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government.  Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 2010.


  9.  The Road to Recovery: Investing in Innovation for Knowledge-Based Growth, In P. Ahrweiler (ed.): Innovation in complex social systems. London: Routledge. 2010.


  10. 'The Post-Modern Advisor’s Dilemma: Between the Politicization of Science and the Scientization of Politics', In: Godinho, M. M. and J. Caraca (eds) Scientific advice and policy-making: A relationship slowly coming of age. In press.


  11. 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.


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


  13. 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.


  14. 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 


  15. 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.


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


  17. 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.


  18. 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.


  19. “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.


  20. El Auge de la Universidad Emprendedora Iniciativa emprendedora y empresa familiar, ISSN 1136-9752, Nº. 41, 2003 , 13-33


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


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


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


  24. 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.


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


  26. 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.  


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

     

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

     

  29. 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.


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


  31. 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.

     

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

     

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


  34. 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.


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


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


  37. 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.


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


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

     

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

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


  42. 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.


  43.  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.


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