THE TRIPLE HELIX MODEL AS AN EFFECTIVE INSTRUMENT FOR THE INNOVATION DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES WITHIN THE NATIONAL ECONOMY
In the context of the transformation of the economies of developed countries towards a new type - knowledge economics - there has emerged the need for the creation and development of effective mechanisms for producing and commercializing knowledge based on the coordination of state, corporate, and academic interests. The subject of the article is topical, since innovation infrastructure is a fundamental factor in innovation development, and its development is a priority focus area in the state’s economic policy. In an era of transformations in the practice of production and knowledge transfer, it is important to analyze the links between theoretical knowledge and industrial information. The article provides a rationale for the fact that the model for the innovation development of industry (the Triple Helix Model), thanks to the multitude of entities engaged in innovation activity and the building of an extensive horizontally structured network, into which the elements of the “triple helix” are integrated, is capable of ensuring a synergistic effect and, consequently, is an effective instrument for boosting the innovation development of industry.
KNOWLEDGE ECONOMICS, INNOVATION, TRIPLE HELIX MODEL, ENTREPRENEURIAL STRUCTURE, INDUSTRY, KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER