Lehrende und MitarbeiterInnen
Campbell, David Mag. phil. Dr.phil.
|The Ecosystem as Helix: An Exploratory Theory-Building Study of Regional Co-Opetitive Entrepreneurial Ecosystems as Quadruple/Quintuple
Helix Innovation Models.
Regions are increasingly being viewed as eco-systemic agglomerations of organizational and institutional entities or stakeholders
with socio-technical, socio-economic, and socio-political conflicting as well as converging (co-opetitive) goals, priorities,
expectations, and behaviors that they pursue via entrepreneurial development, exploration, exploitation, and deployment actions,
reactions and interactions. In this context, our paper aims to explore and profile the nature and dynamics of the Quadruple/Quintuple
Helix Innovation System Model or Framework (government, university, industry, civil society, environment) as an enabler and
enactor of regional co-opetitive entrepreneurial ecosystems which we conceptualize as fractal, multi-level, multi-modal, multi-nodal,
and multi-lateral configurations of dynamic tangible and intangible assets within the resource-based view and the new theory
of the growth of the firm. Co-opetitive fractal innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystems are defined and discussed, and
examples of regional innovation policies and programs are presented. Furthermore, the concept of multi-level innovation systems
is analyzed, taking into account the existence of knowledge clusters and innovation networks, while alternative aggregations
of multi-level innovation systems are proposed based on their spatial (geographical) and non-spatial (research-based) functional
|Titel der Veröffentlichung:
||The Ecosystem as Helix.
|Katalog / Zeitschrift / Sammelband:
||John Wiley & Sons
|Ausgabe / Band Nr.:
||David F. J. Campbell, Elias G Carayannis, Evangelos Grigoroudis