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'Mode 3' and 'Quadruple Helix': toward a 21st century fractal innovation ecosystem
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'Mode 3' allows and emphasises the co-existence and co-evolution of different knowledge and innovation paradigms: the competitiveness and superiority of a knowledge system is highly determined by its adaptive capacity to combine and integrate different knowledge. Expand
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Triple Helix, Quadruple Helix and Quintuple Helix and How Do Knowledge, Innovation and the Environment Relate To Each Other?: A Proposed Framework for a Trans-disciplinary Analysis of Sustainable
This article develops an inter-disciplinary and trans-disciplinary framework of analysis that relates knowledge, innovation and the environment (natural environments) to each other. For that purposeExpand
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The Quintuple Helix innovation model: global warming as a challenge and driver for innovation
The Triple Helix innovation model focuses on university-industry-government relations. The Quadruple Helix embeds the Triple Helix by adding as a fourth helix the ‘media-based and culture-basedExpand
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Measuring firm innovativeness: towards a composite innovation index built on firm innovative posture, propensity and performance attributes
The ability to innovate is generally accepted as a critical success factor to growth and future performance of firms. Yet, this acceptance obscures a comprehensive perspective on how firms canExpand
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Technological learning for entrepreneurial development (TL4ED) in the knowledge economy (KE): Case studies and lessons learned
The role of technological learning and ICT(information and communication technologies) are explored, especially inrelation to the ways in which these foster entrepreneurial development inExpand
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Profiling a methodology for economic growth and convergence: learning from the EU e-procurement experience for central and eastern European countries
Abstract Recent improvements in Internet technology connectivity provide an opportunity to make procurement for goods and services more transparent and efficient. When used for public procurement,Expand
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High-technology spin-offs from government R&D laboratories and research universities
Abstract The present paper examines the high-tech spin-off process through which a new company is formed from a parent organization. Here we investigate spin-offs from three U.S. Federal R&DExpand
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Fostering synergies between information technology and managerial and organizational cognition: the role of knowledge management
Abstract In this paper, we try to understand the role of knowledge management in fostering a synergistic symbiosis between information technology and managerial and organizational cognition. BothExpand
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A CROSS-CULTURAL LEARNING STRATEGY FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION: OUTLINE OF KEY CONCEPTS AND LESSONS LEARNED FROM A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP STUDENTS IN FRANCE AND THE US
Abstract This paper attempts to analyze the first findings of a survey-driven study of entrepreneurship students at the undergraduate, graduate, and continuing (professional) education levels inExpand
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The effect of social networking sites and absorptive capacity on SMES’ innovation performance
The combination of knowledge and innovation has become a cornerstone among knowledge and labour intensive enterprises. A growing number of enterprises are defined as knowledge intensiveExpand
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