This research develops a proposed model for integration and cooperation between university, industry, and government in Arab countries using the innovation Triple Helix Model. The mixed-method approach with its quantitative and qualitative aspects is used to achieve the research objectives. The research sample consists of a sample of 51 experts from the university, government, and industry sector in the first round, and 30 experts in the second round. Among the results is that the research develops a proposed model for integration of the roles and aspects of cooperation between the university, industry, and government in Arab countries using the triple helix model of innovation consisting of (7) domains that include (183) roles for actors. The paper recommends that the Triple Helix Implementation Project shall be considered an Arab and national project, alongside the need for the League of Arab States to adopt an Arab innovation system to manage national innovation systems. The research also recommends spreading the culture of innovation at the national and Arab levels and accelerating the formation of policies, plans and strategies and issuing legislation related to the use of the triple helix.
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Mahmoud Daradkah, Amjad; K. Alotaibi, Turki; Mahmoud Ahmed Mahmoud, Ashraf; Elias Awais, Buthiana; Amen Al-Qudah, Mohammed; and Mohammad AL Shannaq, Radi
"A Proposed Model for Integration and Cooperation between University, Industry, and Government in Arab countries: Innovation Triple Helix Model,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 17:
6, Article 24.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol17/iss6/24