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Glasgow : Scotland : UK : 17-19 June 2009
  	  	  	  	  	
CALL FOR PAPERS	  	
 	 Further information will be available shortly...	  	
 	  	  	
The Role of Triple Helix in the Global Agenda for
Innovation, Competitiveness and Sustainability	  	
 	  	  	  	  	
 	 The Triple Helix network of University-Industry-Government (U-I-G)
interactive relations is  gaining increasing recognition in policy, academic
and industrial circles as a dynamic institutional basis for wealth creation
and sustainable development through the generation of knowledge and its
effective application. Given that considerable knowledge and experience is
being accumulated around the world on U-I-G interactions, Triple Helix VII
will provide a platform for state-of-the-art presentations, knowledge
exchange, and for discussion of the social, economic and environmental
implications. 	 	
 	  	  	  	  	
KEY THEMES	   	  	 
*	Analytical models for Triple Helix 
*	National innovation systems 
*	Triple Helix as a basis for innovation capacity building 
*	R&D priorities 
*	IP rights, knowledge, and best practice exchange system 
*	Third mission of universities 
*	Global agenda for sustainable development 
*	Competitiveness and regional development
	
PROGRAMME DEADLINES	
Opening Date for Abstract Submission	  1	 September 2008	
Closing Date for Abstract Submission	 14	 November 2008	
Notification of Acceptance	  	 	 16	 January 2009 
Full Paper/Workshop Paper Due	  	 17	 April 2009	
Poster Extended Abstracts Due	  	 17	 April 2009	
 	  	  	
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT	
Girma Zawdie	  	 [log in to unmask]	
Sheila Forbes	  	 [log in to unmask]	
 	  	  	
	 	 CONFERENCE WEBSITE	
 	  	 http://www.triple-helix-7.org 
 	  	  	
 
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Loet Leydesdorff, 
Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR), 
Kloveniersburgwal 48, 1012 CX Amsterdam. 
http://www.leydesdorff.net/ 

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