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The rise of a triple helix culture: Innovation in Brazilian economic and social development

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A triple helix culture of university–industry–government relations is emerging in Brazil with localities and regions encouraging the national level to act and vice versa. The papers in this special issue identify evidence of the emergence of a triple helix phenomenon in the course of Brazil's transition from the traditional top-down, government-controlled system of innovation to the non-linear and interactive approach underlying sectoral and national innovation systems.
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Keywords: Innovation; Sabato's triangle; triple helix

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: State University of New York 2: Universidade Federal Fluminense

Publication date: December 1, 2004

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