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The Research and Innovation of Smart Specialisation Strategies: The Transition from the Triple to Quadruple Helix

  This article suggests the Entrepreneurial Discovery Process (EPD) that underlies Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3) is not so much caught in the transition from the Triple to the Quadruple Helix, as rooted in a division within civil society. In particular, rooted in a division within civil society, over public trust in the EDP and around the democratic deficit of RIS3. Over public trust in the EDP and around the democratic deficit of RIS3 as a transgression, which centers attention on the participatory governance of science and technology, which is regressive in nature and whose knowledge economy seeks to overcome such limitations as part of the search for sustainable regional growth that serves civil society.

  • Date:

    11 March 2018

  • Publication Status:

    Published

  • Library of Congress:

    Z665 Library Science. Information Science

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    338 Production

  • Funders:

    European Commission

Citation

Deakin, M., Mora, L., & Reid, A. (2018). The Research and Innovation of Smart Specialisation Strategies: The Transition from the Triple to Quadruple Helix. In M. Bozina Beros, N. Recker, & M. Kozina (Eds.), Proceedings of the 27th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development, 94-103

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Keywords

Regional Innovation; Smart Specialisation; RIS3; Entrepreneurial Discovery Process; Knowledge Economy; Democracy; Participatory Governance; Sustainable Regional Growth

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