Measuring the Triple Helix on the Web: Longitudinal Trends in the University-Industry-Government Relationship in Korea

Title
Measuring the Triple Helix on the Web: Longitudinal Trends in the University-Industry-Government Relationship in Korea
Author(s)
고하페로즈칸박한우
Keywords
CO-WORD ANALYSIS; SOUTH-KOREA; INNOVATION SYSTEMS; KNOWLEDGE-BASE; DYNAMICS; COMMUNICATION; WEBOMETRICS; TECHNOLOGY; TERMS
Issue Date
201112
Publisher
WILEY-BLACKWELL
Citation
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, v.62, no.12, pp.2443 - 2455
Abstract
This study examines longitudinal trends in the university-industry-government (UIG) relationship on the web in the Korean context by using triple helix (TH) indicators. The study considers various Internet resources, including websites/documents, blogs, online cafes, Knowledge-In (comparable to Yahoo! Answers), and online news sites, by employing webometric and co-word analysis techniques to ascertain longitudinal trends in the UIG relationship, which have received considerable attention in the last decade. The results indicate that the UIG relationship varied according to the government's policies and that there was some tension in the longitudinal UIG relationship. Further, websites/documents and blogs were the most reliable sources for examining the strength of and variations in the bilateral and trilateral UIG relationships on the web. In addition, web-based T(uig) values showed a stronger trilateral relationship and larger variations in the UIG relationship than Science Citation Index-based T(uig) values. The results suggest that various Internet resources (e. g., advanced search engines, websites/documents, blogs, and online cafes), together with TH indicators, can be used to explore the UIG relationship on the web.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/24177http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/asi.21595
ISSN
1532-2882
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