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MA Science & Technology Studies

Loet Leydesdorff

Communication and Innovation in the Dynamics of Science & Technology, University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR) 

*  Publications 2000 -;  1970-2000 ; profile at Google Scholar

*  Software, data, resources; coursewaremap of science

*  Amsterdam Colloquia of Science & Technology Dynamics (2006-2007)

*  Markets, Sciences and the Dynamics of Technological Change 

*  The Self-Organization of Knowledge-Based Communication: An introduction to Luhmann's social systems theory (second semester)

*  The Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations

*  De Volkskrant, Top 200

 

的挑 translated by Wu Yishan et al., Beijing: Scientific and Technical Documents Publishing House, 2003.?

Saientometorikus no chôsen: kagaku-gijyutsu-joho no jiko-soshiki-ka, translated Yuko Fujigaki et al., Tokyo: Tamagawa University Press, 2001.

    

A kommunikáció szociológiai elmélete: Társadalmi kommunikáció sorozat (translated by Jakab András). Budapest: Typotext, 2007. ISBN: 963 9548 54 5.

See review in JASIST 53(1), 2002, 62-63

 The Knowledge-Based Economy: Modeled, Measured, Simulated
The Knowledge-Based Economy: Modeled, Measured, Simulated

review of Benedetto Lepori in Science & Public Policy

Table of Contents

  1. Scientometrics and Science Studies
  2. The Sociology of Scientific Knowledge
  3. The Intellectual Organization of the Sciences
  4. The Methodological Priority of Textual Data
  5. Full Text Analysis of Scientific Articles
  6. From Words and Co-Words to Information and Probabilistic Entropy
  7. The Static Model
  8. The Dynamics of Scientific Developments
  9. The Static and Dynamic Analysis of Networks 
  10. Irreversibilities in Networks
  11. EU Policies and Transnational Publications 
  12. Knowledge Representations, Bayesian Inferences, and Empirical Science Studies
  13. A Mathematical Theory of Scientific Communications

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Towards a Sociological Theory of Communication 
  3. The evolution of communication networks 
  4. The non-linear dynamics of sociological reflections 
  5. New perspectives on empirical theories 
  6. A triple helix of university-industry-government relations (includes a theory of citation)
  7. The European information society 
  8. Regime changes and sustainable development 
  9. Uncertainty and the communication of 'time' 
  10. The expectation of social change

Table of Contents

1.     The Knowledge-Based Economy

2.     Knowledge, Information, and the Globalization of the Knowledge Base

3.     The Processing of Meaning in Anticipatory Systems

4.     Codification and Differentiation of Meaning in Social Systems

5.     The Transformation of Organization and Agency

6.     Reflexive Globalization and the Knowledge-Based Order

7.     The historical evolution of the Triple Helix

8.     The Measurement of the Knowledge Base
using the Triple Helix Model

9.     The Measurement of the Knowledge Base of the Dutch Economy

10.   The Knowledge Base of the German Economy

11.   Summary and Conclusions: The philosophical foundation of the knowledge base in Husserl’s Cogitatum


 

·  Triple Helix XI: London, UK, 7-10 July 2013;

·  Triple Helix X: Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia, 8-10 August 2012; Proceedings papers

·  Triple Helix IX: Stanford University, 11-14 July 2011; Proceedings papers

·  Triple Helix IIX: Madrid, 20-22 October 2010; Abstract Book and Proceedings

·  Triple Helix VII: Glasgow, 17-19 June 2009

·  Triple Helix VI: Singapore, 16-19 May 2007

·  Triple Helix V: Turin/Milan, 18-21 May 2005

·  Triple Helix IV: Breaking Boundaries · Building Bridges (Copenhagen, 2002). One can download the papers from the Copenhagen meeting here as zip-file (appr. 10 Mbyte)

·  The Endless Transition: Relations among Social, Economic, and Scientific Developments (Rio de Janeiro, 2000)

·  The Future Location of Research in University-Industry-Government Relations (New York, 1998) 

·  University-Industry-Government Relations (Amsterdam, 1996)

·  dedicated email list (subscribe, unsubscribe, and archive)

 


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Science & Technology Dynamics, University of Amsterdam 
Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR) 
Kloveniersburgwal 48 
1012 CX  Amsterdam 
The Netherlands 

Tel.: +31-20- 693 0565 
Fax : +31-842 239 111 
e-mail: loet@leydesdorff.net
http://www.leydesdorff.net/
Profile at Google Scholar