CALL FOR PAPERS: XII Triple Helix International Conference 2014, TOMSK, RUSSIA



The XII Triple Helix International Conference 2014

(THС 2014)


Dear Colleagues!


Tomsk (Siberia, Russia) will host the XII Triple Helix International Conference 2014 (THC 2014), on September 11–13, 2014, following on from the successful Triple Helix events in London, then Bandung, Silicon Valley, Madrid, Glasgow, Singapore, Turin, Copenhagen/Lund, Rio de Janeiro, New York, and Amsterdam.


The Conference webpage of the THC 2014 is


The upcoming Triple Helix International Conference 2014 (THC 2014) will be organized by TUSUR University together with Association of Entrepreneurial Universities of Russia, and is the twelfth in a series of annual conferences that started seventeen years ago to enhance discussion about interaction between university, government, and industry, and its influence on the economic development.


THC 2014 will play a key role in the official year-long series of events and initiatives that promote EU-Russia cooperation in research, higher education and innovation areas, during the EU-Russia Year of Science 2014 organized by the European commission and the Russian Ministry of Education and Science.


Thank you for your kind attention.


Sincerely yours,


Alexander F. Uvarov


Chairman of the Russian Chapter of the Triple Helix Association,

Ambassador of the Association to Russia

Chair of the Organizing Committee, Member of Program Advisory Committee of the XII International Triple Helix Conference 2014 (Tomsk, Russia)








Conference main theme: “The Triple Helix and innovation-based economic growth: new frontiers and solutions




The main theme splits into several sub-themes. Submitted papers are expected to address these sub-themes. Further information on the sub-themes is available in the Detailed Call for Papers:


1.     Role of innovation theory in spurring innovation-based economic growth:  better understanding – better life?


2.     Triple Helix Model in developing countries


3.     Triple Helix models


4.     Diffusion of innovation


5.     University economic impacts


6.     The new role of the government


7.     Role of industry


8.     The growing importance of megacities: the role of Triple Helix


9.     Infrastructure for new links between academia and industry


10.  Interaction between universities, industry and small innovation business

11.     Government and business interaction


12.     New research funding schemes and outcome of research


13.     Sustaining Triple Helix interactions


14.     The Triple Helix model as the source of new solutions to exit from the economic crises


15.     Entrepreneurship as the key element of innovation-based economic growth


16.     The Triple Helix model and the society


17.     New frontiers


18.     Gender Gap in research and innovation


19.     Building an innovation friendly financial system.




Alexander F. Uvarov (Conference Chair)

Liana Kobzeva (Track Director)

Evgeniy Perevodchikov (Marketing Director)

Eduard Abaneev (IT)

Irina Pavlova (Volunteers)

Valencia Raevskaya (Conference manager)

Victoria Ponomarenko (Conference manager)

Anastasia Stepanova (Conference manager)




Henry Etzkowitz, Stanford University, US; University of Edinburgh, UK

Loet Leydesdorff, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Tariq S Durrani, University of Strathclyde, UK

Sheila Forbes, Strathclyde University, UK

Emanuella Todeva, University of Surrey, UK

Mariza Almeida






Written in English, the abstract should consist of minimum 1,000 words and maximum 1,500 words (excluding references).  The brief summary must include:


1.    Sub Theme;

2.    Title;

3.    Keywords, maximum 5;

4.  Brief presentation of the state-of-the-art, methodology, research focus, findings and interpretation, conclusions, policy implications, and directions for further research.


To assist on blind peer reviewing, the abstracts must not contain any text about the authors. Detailed instructions for full papers will be sent on acceptance of abstracts.


Document format:


The text must be as .doc or .pdf file, with Arial 10 or Times New Roman 12 font.




— Start date for Abstract submission:          15 January 2014

— Closing date for Abstract submission:       01 March 2014

— Notification of Abstract Acceptance:         15 April 2014

— Submission of Full Paper:                         01 June 2014

— Notification of Full Paper Acceptance:       01 July 2014




For any question or comment, please contact the Organizing Committee:

— Alexander F. Uvarov:

— Liana Kobzeva:   

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