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  1. 1. 110 ELSEVIERVolume110,September2016Pages1–238 Volume 110, September 2016 10 Contents Special section: Open (Big) Data as Social Change:Triple Helix Innovation toward Government 3.0(DISC 2014), (Guest edited by: Han Woo Park, In Ho Cho and Weiai Wayne Xu) WEIAI WAYNE XU IN HO CHO HAN WOO PARK (South Korea) Computational Social Studies in Innovations, Collaborations and Future Strategies: Investigating Socio- technical Interactions using Biggish Data 1 CHAE NAM JUN CHUNG JOO CHUNG (South Korea) Big data analysis of local government 3.0: Focusing on Gyeongsangbuk-do in Korea 3 HAO JIAO JIANGHUA ZHOU TAISHAN GAO XIELIN LIU (Beijing, China) The more interactions the better? The moderating effect of the interaction between local producers and users of knowledge on the relationship between R&D investment and regional innovation systems 13 HYEONCHAEYANG WOO-SUNG JUNG (Pohang, Republic of Korea) Structural efficiency to manipulate public research institution networks 21 JIN-YOUNG KIM MIN-JAE LEE (Seoul, Republic of Korea) Living with casinos: The triple-helix approach, innovative solutions, and big data 33 JIYOUNG KIM (South Korea) YEON-OK LEE (UK) HAN WOO PARK (South Korea) Delineating the complex use of a political podcast in South Korea by hybrid web indicators: The case of the Nakkomsu Twitter network 42 KYUJIN JUNG (Nashville, United States) JESUS N.VALERO (Denton, United States) Assessing the evolutionary structure of homeless network: Social media use, keywords, and influential stakeholders 51 PIETER E. STEK MARINA S.VAN GEENHUIZEN (Delft, The Netherlands) The influence of international research interaction on national innovation performance: A bibliometric approach 61 SANGWON LEE YOONJAE NAM SEONMI LEE HYUNJUNG SON (Seoul, Republic of Korea) Determinants of ICT innovations: A cross-country empirical study 71 Special Section Open (Big) Data as Social Change: Triple Helix Innovation toward Government 3.0(DISC 2014) Guest Edited by Han Woo Park, In Ho Cho and Weiai Wayne Xu and Special Section Linking Roadmapping to STI strategies Guest Edited by Dirk Meissner, Elias Carayannis and Alexander Sokolov Volume 110 September 2016 ISSN 0040-1625 Available online at www.sciencedirect.com (contents continued inside)
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YOO JUNG HONG DONGHEE SHIN JANG HYUN KIM (South Korea) High/low reputation companies' dialogic communication activities and semantic networks on Facebook: A comparative study 78 YOUNG HOON LEE YOUNGJUN KIM (Republic of Korea) Analyzing interaction in R&D networks using the Triple Helix method: Evidence from industrial R&D programs in Korean government 93 Special section: Linking Roadmapping to STI strategies (Guest edited by: Dirk Meissner , Elias Carayannis and Alexander Sokolov) DIRK MEISSNER ALEXANDER SOKOLOV ELIAS CARAYANNIS Key features of roadmapping for company and policy strategy making 106 ELIAS CARAYANNIS (Washington D.C., USA; Moscow, Russia) ANNA GREBENIUK DIRK MEISSNER (Moscow, Russia) Smart roadmapping for STI policy 109 CARLO PIETROBELLI (Washington, DC, United States; Italy) FERNANDA PUPPATO (Jena, Germany) Technology foresight and industrial strategy 117 HAROLD PAREDES-FRIGOLETT (Huechuraba, Chile) Modeling the effect of responsible research and innovation in quadruple helix innovation systems 126 JOSEPH AMANKWAH-AMOAH (Bristol, UK) The evolution of science, technology and innovation policies: A review of the Ghanaian experience 134 AGNE . PALIOKAITE . ˇZILVINAS MARTINAITIS (Vilnius, Lithuania) DAVID SARPONG (Bristol, United Kingdom Implementing smart specialisation roadmaps in Lithuania: Lost in translation? 143 KONSTANTIN VISHNEVSKIY OLEG KARASEV DIRK MEISSNER (Russian Federation) Integrated roadmaps for strategic management and planning 153 JOSEPH AMANKWAH-AMOAH (Bristol, UK) Emerging economies, emerging challenges: Mobilising and capturing value from big data 167 (contents continued from outside back cover) (contents continued inside) For a full and complete Guide for Authors, please go to: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/techfore Technological Forecasting and Social Change has no page charges Associate Editors Yuya Kajikawa Associate Professor Graduate School of Innovation Management Tokyo Institute of Technology 3-3-6 Shibaura, Minato-ku Tokyo - 108-0023 Japan email: kajikawa@mot. titech.ac.jp Tugrul Daim PICMET: Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology Portland State University Portland, OR 97207-0751 email: tugrul@etm. pdx.edu Scott Cunningham Policy Analysis Section Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management Delft University of Technology Postbus 5015, 2600 GA Delft, The Netherlands email: s.cunningham@ tudelft.nl Mei-Chih Hu Institute of Technology Management National Tsinghua University, Hsinchu 300, Taiwan email: mchu@mx.nthu. edu.tw Dirk Meissner Higher School of Economics Myasnitskaya Street Moscow RUSSIAN FEDERATION email: dmeissner@hse.ru Shikhar Sarin Department of Marketing and Finance College of Business and Economics Boise State University, 1910 University Drive Boise, ID 83725-1630 email: ssarin@boisestate.edu Yu-Shan Su Department of Industrial Education National Taiwan Normal University 162, Ho-Ping E. 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  3. 3. Volume 110, September 2016 AMSTERDAM — BOSTON — LONDON — NEW YORK — OXFORD — PARIS — PHILADELPHIA — SAN DIEGO — ST LOUIS Contents (contents continued overleaf) Special section: Open (Big) Data as Social Change:Triple Helix Innovation toward Government 3.0(DISC 2014), (Guest edited by: Han Woo Park, In Ho Cho and Weiai Wayne Xu) WEIAI WAYNE XU IN HO CHO HAN WOO PARK (South Korea) Computational Social Studies in Innovations, Collaborations and Future Strategies: Investigating Socio- technical Interactions using Biggish Data 1 CHAE NAM JUN CHUNG JOO CHUNG (South Korea) Big data analysis of local government 3.0: Focusing on Gyeongsangbuk-do in Korea 3 HAO JIAO JIANGHUA ZHOU TAISHAN GAO XIELIN LIU (Beijing, China) The more interactions the better? The moderating effect of the interaction between local producers and users of knowledge on the relationship between R&D investment and regional innovation systems 13 HYEONCHAEYANG WOO-SUNG JUNG (Pohang, Republic of Korea) Structural efficiency to manipulate public research institution networks 21 JIN-YOUNG KIM MIN-JAE LEE (Seoul, Republic of Korea) Living with casinos: The triple-helix approach, innovative solutions, and big data 33 JIYOUNG KIM (South Korea) YEON-OK LEE (UK) HAN WOO PARK (South Korea) Delineating the complex use of a political podcast in South Korea by hybrid web indicators: The case of the Nakkomsu Twitter network 42 KYUJIN JUNG (Nashville, United States) JESUS N.VALERO (Denton, United States) Assessing the evolutionary structure of homeless network: Social media use, keywords, and influential stakeholders 51
  4. 4. Contents (contents continued) PIETER E. STEK MARINA S.VAN GEENHUIZEN (Delft, The Netherlands) The influence of international research interaction on national innovation performance: A bibliometric approach 61 SANGWON LEE YOONJAE NAM SEONMI LEE HYUNJUNG SON (Seoul, Republic of Korea) Determinants of ICT innovations: A cross-country empirical study 71 YOO JUNG HONG DONGHEE SHIN JANG HYUN KIM (South Korea) High/low reputation companies' dialogic communication activities and semantic networks on Facebook: A comparative study 78 YOUNG HOON LEE YOUNGJUN KIM (Republic of Korea) Analyzing interaction in R&D networks using the Triple Helix method: Evidence from industrial R&D programs in Korean government 93 Special section: Linking Roadmapping to STI strategies (Guest edited by: Dirk Meissner , Elias Carayannis and Alexander Sokolov) DIRK MEISSNER ALEXANDER SOKOLOV ELIAS CARAYANNIS Key features of roadmapping for company and policy strategy making 106 ELIAS CARAYANNIS (Washington D.C., USA; Moscow, Russia) ANNA GREBENIUK DIRK MEISSNER (Moscow, Russia) Smart roadmapping for STI policy 109 CARLO PIETROBELLI (Washington, DC, United States; Italy) FERNANDA PUPPATO (Jena, Germany) Technology foresight and industrial strategy 117 HAROLD PAREDES-FRIGOLETT (Huechuraba, Chile) Modeling the effect of responsible research and innovation in quadruple helix innovation systems 126 JOSEPH AMANKWAH-AMOAH (Bristol, UK) The evolution of science, technology and innovation policies: A review of the Ghanaian experience 134 AGNE . PALIOKAITE . ˇZILVINAS MARTINAITIS (Vilnius, Lithuania) DAVID SARPONG (Bristol, United Kingdom Implementing smart specialisation roadmaps in Lithuania: Lost in translation? 143 KONSTANTIN VISHNEVSKIY OLEG KARASEV DIRK MEISSNER (Russian Federation) Integrated roadmaps for strategic management and planning 153 JOSEPH AMANKWAH-AMOAH (Bristol, UK) Emerging economies, emerging challenges: Mobilising and capturing value from big data 167 (contents continued overleaf)
  5. 5. Contents (contents continued) YI ZHANG (Beijing, PR China; Australia) DOUGLAS K.R. ROBINSON (France) ALAN L. PORTER (Atlanta, USA) DONGHUA ZHU (Beijing, PR China) GUANGQUAN ZHANG JIE LU (Australia) Technology roadmapping for competitive technical intelligence 175 MIKHAIL GERSHMAN SERGEY BREDIKHIN KONSTANTIN VISHNEVSKIY (Moscow, Russia) The role of corporate foresight and technology roadmapping in companies' innovation development: The case of Russian state-owned enterprises 187 CHRISTOPH HANSEN (Harburg, Germany) TUGRUL DAIM (USA) HORST ERNST CORNELIUS HERSTATT (Harburg, Germany) The future of rail automation: A scenario-based technology roadmap for the rail automation market 196 MIGUEL ANGEL TORO-JARRÍN IDALIA ESTEFANIA PONCE-JARAMILLO DAVID GÜEMES-CASTORENA (Monterrey, Mexico) Methodology for the of building process integration of Business Model Canvas and Technological Roadmap 213 REMCO SIEBELINK JOHANNES I.M. HALMAN ERWIN HOFMAN (Enschede, The Netherlands) Scenario-Driven Roadmapping to cope with uncertainty: Its application in the construction industry 226
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