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Writer Master Date 2019-02-23
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Subject [Call for papers]2019 XVII International Triple Helix Conference 9th-11th Sep.
Cape Town
Contents The Triple Helix Conference 2019 will be a first in Africa, bringing together local and international researchers, policy makers and practitioners to discuss how to effect positive change through research collaborations, policy initiatives and collaborating with business and civil society. The Triple Helix model presents an opportunity to achieve innovation outcomes for the socio-economic good through the collaboration with multi-stakeholders within academia, industry and government.

#THC2019 will be focused on themes that relate the Triple Helix to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs Agenda 2030) and the AU Agenda 2063. Case studies, research articles, keynotes, master classes will all form part of an interactive environment to discuss and inspire change with these themes.

THEME 1:
The Role of the Entrepreneurial University and University-Industry-
Government interactions in the XXI Century's Economic
Development Agendas
THEME 2:
Social Entrepreneurship and Inclusive Innovation in Civil Society: The Role of Design Thinking and Citizen Science
THEME 3:
Post-Industrial Industrial Policy: Convergence and Fusion of Arts,
Creative and Service Industries, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and
Genetic Technologies
THEME 4: Spatial and Temporal Axes of Innovation: Innovation Spaces, Smart Cities
and Knowledge-based Rural Development
THEME 5:
Gender and Indigenous Equity and Equality in Science, Technology
and Innovation
THEME 6:
Other topics related to Triple Helix

A major projected outcome of this conference is to explore this connection and develop a legacy project to make a lasting contribution to the African continent.

The Triple Helix concept was initiated in the 1990s by Etzkowitz and Leydesdorff. They analyzed a shift from a predominant industry-government dyad in an Industrial Society to a triadic university industry-government relationship in the Knowledge Society. The potential for innovation and economic development in a Knowledge Society resides in a more prominent role of the university in innovation and entrepreneurship, and in the hybridisation of elements of institutional spheres and actors. This generates new institutional and social formats for the production, transfer and utilization of knowledge.

Call for Abstracts open until 29 March 2019
Early Bird Tickets available until 4 June 2019
For more information, visit the Triple Helix website: www.triple-helix.co.za or contact the South African Organising Committee: info@triple-helix.co.za.
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