Table of Contents

Scientometrics Triple Helix Issue 2006


Loet Leydesdorff and Martin Meyer: The Scientometrics of a Triple Helix of university-industry-government relations. (Introduction to the topical issue.)


I. Geographical Units of Analysis


Poh-Kam Wong, Yuen-Ping Ho: Knowledge sources of innovation in a small open economy: The case of Singapore


Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro, Fragiskos Archontakis, Alfredo Yegros-Yegros: In which regions do universities patent and publish more?


Wolfgang Glänzel, Balázs Schlemmer: National research profiles in a changing Europe (1983-2003). An exploratory study of sectoral characteristics in the triple helix


II. The Entrepreneurial University


Sujit Bhattacharya, Praveen Arora: Industrial Linkages in Indian universities: What they reveal and what they imply?


Omar Belkhodja, Réjean Landry: The triple-helix collaboration: Why do researchers collaborate with industry and the government? What are the factors that influence the perceived barriers?


Nicola Baldini, Rosa Grimaldi, Maurizio Sobrero: To patent or not to patent? A survey of Italian inventors on motivations, incentives and obstacles to university patenting


Paula S.F. Moutinho, Margarida Fontes, Manuel M. Godinho: Do individual factors matter? A survey of scientists’ patenting in Portuguese public research organisations


III. Academic Patenting


Bruno Cassiman, Patrick Glenisson, Bart Van Looy: Measuring industry-science links through inventor-author relations: A profiling methodology


Eric J. Iversen, Magnus Gulbrandsen, Antje Klitkou: A baseline for the impact of academic patenting legislation in Norway.


Martin Meyer, Puay Tang: Exploring the ‘value’ of academic patents: IP management practices in UK universities and their implications for third-stream indicators


Bart Van Looy, Tom Magerman, Koenraad Debackere: Developing technology in the vicinity of science: An examination of the relationship between science intensity (of patents) and technological productivity within the field of biotechnology


IV. The Dynamics of S&T Networks


R. Ramlogan, A. Mina, G. Tampubolon, J.S. Metcalfe: Networks of knowledge: The distributed nature of medical innovation


Antje Klitkou, Stian Nygaard, Martin Meyer: Tracking techno-science networks: A case study of fuel cells and related hydrogen technology R&D in Norway


Hildrun Kretschmer, Ute Kretschmer, Theo Kretschmer: Reflection of co-authorship networks in the web: Web hyperlinks versus web visibility rates