Living with casinos: The triple-helix approach, innovative solutions, and big data. Kim, J. and Lee, M. Technological Forecasting and Social Change.
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With the expansion of the casino industry, especially in Asia, there are growing calls for innovative policy for realizing a net economic benefit while effectively controlling problem gambling. Although the triple-helix framework has been traditionally applied to technological innovation, the concepts of knowledge, innovation and consensus spaces of the triple-helix system have enormous implications for complicated issues related to developing casino policy. A cluster analysis of nine Asian countries/regions suggests that superior universities and industries are necessary but not sufficient for a successful triple-helix system. Capabilities related to networking and interactions among the helices are found to be important for a well-functioning triple-helix system. For consensus-driven policy development in the triple-helix collaboration, we propose big data analysis as a useful tool.
@article{kim_living_????,
	title = {Living with casinos: {The} triple-helix approach, innovative solutions, and big data},
	issn = {0040-1625},
	shorttitle = {Living with casinos},
	url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0040162516300543},
	doi = {10.1016/j.techfore.2016.04.024},
	abstract = {With the expansion of the casino industry, especially in Asia, there are growing calls for innovative policy for realizing a net economic benefit while effectively controlling problem gambling. Although the triple-helix framework has been traditionally applied to technological innovation, the concepts of knowledge, innovation and consensus spaces of the triple-helix system have enormous implications for complicated issues related to developing casino policy. A cluster analysis of nine Asian countries/regions suggests that superior universities and industries are necessary but not sufficient for a successful triple-helix system. Capabilities related to networking and interactions among the helices are found to be important for a well-functioning triple-helix system. For consensus-driven policy development in the triple-helix collaboration, we propose big data analysis as a useful tool.},
	urldate = {2016-05-30},
	journal = {Technological Forecasting and Social Change},
	author = {Kim, Jin-Young and Lee, Min-Jae},
	keywords = {Casino industry, Innovation, Triple-helix system},
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}
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