Creative Reconstruction: A Triple Helix-Based Innovation Strategy in Central and Eastern Europe Countries

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Author(s)Ranga LM, Etzkowitz H
Editor(s)Saad, M; Zawdie, G
Publication type Book Chapter
Book TitleTheory and Practice of the Triple Helix Model in Developing Countries: Issues and Challenges
Series TitleRoutledge Studies in Innovation, Organizations and Technology
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This section examines the premises of a Triple Helix (university-industry-government) innovation strategy for Central and Eastern Europe countries. Despite the relative weakness of the three helices and the fragmented interactions between them, the emergent elements of a Triple Helix regime have been strengthened in recent years through national and European policy measures. Schumpeter’s thesis of creative destruction is thus transmuted into a process of ‘creative reconstruction’ that can generate new organisations and stimulate the development of innovative regions.
Place PublishedUnited Kingdom
NotesChapter 14
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