Table of contents - Special Issue: Triple Helix in China: Strategic Challenges
Guest Editors: Lucy Lu, Henry Etzkowitz
Strategic challenges for creating knowledge‐based innovation in China: Transforming triple helix university‐government‐industry relationsLucy Lu, Henry Etzkowitz
The purpose of this paper is to outline the strategic challenges for creating knowledge‐based innovation in China.
How technology‐based university research drives innovation in Europe and China: Leveraging the power of proximitySigvald Harryson, Sandra Kliknaite, Max von Zedtwitz
The purpose of this paper is to assess how technology‐based university research drives innovation in Europe and China.
Mobilizing technology transfer from university to industry: The experience of Hong Kong universitiesNaubahar Sharif, Erik Baark
The present paper seeks to illuminate the role played by university‐based technology transfer offices (TTOs) in driving the transfer of research‐based knowledge and…
The purpose of this paper is to present a conceptual stage model of education and innovation type. The model depicts the influence of education on innovation and the paper…
Forms of knowledge and operation pattern of virtual GUI platform: An analysis of China Zhejiang Online Technology MarketJin Chen, Aifang Guo, Yan Mo
The purpose of this paper is to analyse the operation pattern of the virtual university‐industry‐government (GUI) platform from the perspective of knowledge.
Multimedia University's experience in fostering and supporting undergraduate student technopreneurship programs in a triple helix modelTeh Pei‐Lee, Yong Chen‐Chen
The purpose of this paper is to examine the first three dimensions of the triple helix model. The focus of this paper is to study and develop a model for the role and…
Emergence of the entrepreneurial university in evolution of the triple helix: The case of Northeastern University in ChinaChunyan Zhou
The study aims at disclosing the evolution process to an entrepreneurial university in the government‐pulled triple helix in China through the analysis of MIT and Stanford…