23 October 13:00 - 14:00Europe Hotel

The implementation of the triple helix model: The successful Swedish case

This conference reflects upon how national culture influences on the successful implementation of the triple helix model, understood as the participation and collaboration of government, academy and industry (Erosa, 2012, p. 25), by using the Swedish experience as case study.
The conference offers possible answers to these questions:
Why is Triple helix an essential model for countries?
How has national culture triggered innovation in Sweden?
What makes Sweden's ecosystem and culture contribute to empowering entrepreneurs?
What can Latin American countries learn from Swedish experience?

All you need to know

La Paz, in Bolivia, is the highest administrative capital in the world, located on the plateau of the Highlands of the Andes at more than 3,500 m above sea level. It extends to the city of El Alto in the high areas, with the Illimani snow-covered mountain in the background, with 6,438 m of height. You can access the spectacular surroundings of the city through the cable car system of the city called My Teleférico.

Speakers

Oscar Vargas Villamizar
The implementation of the triple helix model

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Organized by

Leslie Tejeda Pérez
lessquim@gmail.com

SI Alumni Network Bolivia

Oscar Hernan Vargas Villamizar
ohvargas@rocketmail.com

SI Alumni Network Colombia