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The Triadic Relationship With a Triple Helix Approach Between Industry, University and State in Japan

Nordqvist, Ronald T. (2009)
Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University
Abstract
Purpose - This study is about the triadic relationship with a Triple Helix approach between the state, industry and university in Japan. The intention is to see if an increase in collaboration between the three actors generates an increase in patents, start-up companies and new organisations. I will use the Triple Helix model as a hypothesis and see if the increase in collaboration leads to an increase in patents, start-up companies and new
organisations as stated by the Triple Helix model. This study will also answer how the actors experience the increase in collaboration patterns with other actors at a national level and what are the consequences if we study the pace and amount of knowledge transfer. Design/methodology/approach –... (More)
Purpose - This study is about the triadic relationship with a Triple Helix approach between the state, industry and university in Japan. The intention is to see if an increase in collaboration between the three actors generates an increase in patents, start-up companies and new organisations. I will use the Triple Helix model as a hypothesis and see if the increase in collaboration leads to an increase in patents, start-up companies and new
organisations as stated by the Triple Helix model. This study will also answer how the actors experience the increase in collaboration patterns with other actors at a national level and what are the consequences if we study the pace and amount of knowledge transfer. Design/methodology/approach – Primary data by conducting interviews and sending out questionnaires
Findings – Increase in patents, new organisations and start-up companies due to a new formalized system. The formalized system has not created a ‘real’ increase in patents, start-up companies and new organisations. Instead it is informal existing networks being visible through new formalized system.
Conclusions - Due to a new formalized system regarding knowledge transfer we can see that pace of knowledge transfer has become more bureaucratic and slow compared to the informal system of knowledge transfer (Less)
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Nordqvist, Ronald T.
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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Industry, State, University, Knowledge Transfer, Collaboration, Japan.
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English
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1429847
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2009-07-01 14:02:02
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  abstract     = {Purpose - This study is about the triadic relationship with a Triple Helix approach between the state, industry and university in Japan. The intention is to see if an increase in collaboration between the three actors generates an increase in patents, start-up companies and new organisations. I will use the Triple Helix model as a hypothesis and see if the increase in collaboration leads to an increase in patents, start-up companies and new
organisations as stated by the Triple Helix model. This study will also answer how the actors experience the increase in collaboration patterns with other actors at a national level and what are the consequences if we study the pace and amount of knowledge transfer. Design/methodology/approach – Primary data by conducting interviews and sending out questionnaires
Findings – Increase in patents, new organisations and start-up companies due to a new formalized system. The formalized system has not created a ‘real’ increase in patents, start-up companies and new organisations. Instead it is informal existing networks being visible through new formalized system.
Conclusions - Due to a new formalized system regarding knowledge transfer we can see that pace of knowledge transfer has become more bureaucratic and slow compared to the informal system of knowledge transfer},
  author       = {Nordqvist, Ronald T.},
  keyword      = {Industry,State,University,Knowledge Transfer,Collaboration,Japan.},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {The Triadic Relationship With a Triple Helix Approach Between Industry, University and State in Japan},
  year         = {2009},
}