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Autoren: 
Balzer, Harley D.
Askonas, Jon
Datum: 
2016
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[Journal:] Triple Helix [ISSN:] 2197-1927 [Volume:] 3 [Year:] 2016 [Issue:] 1 [Pages:] 1-31
Zusammenfassung: 
Russia and China both are endeavoring to transform Soviet-style R&D systems characterized by separate education, research and business spheres into something more suited to a knowledge economy supporting innovation. The Triple Helix model is an attractive configuration, derived from the practices of the most successful innovation systems, and suggesting that the three key actors-universities, business, and the state-might in some instances substitute for each other. A model placing the state at the center appeals to non-democratic regimes and countries endeavoring to catch up with OECD nations.
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Triple Helix
Innovation
Chinese science
Post-Soviet science
Russian science
Science policy
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