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China’s Economic Growth from a Triple Helix Perspective

Author(s): Osman Ozturgut, Trinidad Macias, Rolando Sanchez

Citation: Osman Ozturgut, Trinidad Macias, Rolando Sanchez, "China’s Economic Growth from a Triple Helix Perspective," Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability, Vol. 12, Iss. 2, pp.48-52

Article Type: Research paper

Publisher: North American Business Press


The Triple Helix concept is controversial in China, with considerable research questioning its success. Since the opening-up policy in 1978, China has invested in research and development in its public institutions and universities for technological discoveries and industrial innovations. This investment began to deliver a financial return in the 1990s (Liang, Chen, Wu, & Yuan, 2012). Soon after, China implemented collaboration between universities and the industrial sector (Guan, Yam, & Mok, 2005). China’s encouragement of these partnerships between research institutes and industries is significant. This collaboration is essential in building innovative systems and structures.