A Study on the Role of UIG Triple Helix Intensity in the Level of Regional Entrepreneurship

Xiaobao Peng, Shanwei Liu


UIG triple helix is a relatively stable relationship among universities, industries, and governments formed in the relationship due to long-term formal and informal cooperation and communication. According to previous studies, in accordance with whether to achieve the tripartite cooperation among universities, industries and government, UIG triple helix can be divided into positive overlap and negative overlap, positive overlap refers to the three parties to achieve effective cooperation, and negative overlap refers to other forms of cooperation except the cooperation of positive overlap. The present study argues that the positive overlap is more conducive to the optimization of the regional entrepreneurial environment and the improvement of the regional entrepreneurial level than the negative overlap. In addition, this study argues that while positive overlap is more conducive to the promotion of the level regional entrepreneurship, it is undeniable that positive overlap also has some limitations, which have the disadvantages of high cost of coordination, poor flexibility and low efficiency. Therefore, trust governance can reduce the coordination costs brought by positive overlap, improve the efficiency of cooperation, and mediate the relationship between UIG triple helix intensity and regional entrepreneurial level. Through the collection of public data, the author test the model.

Keywords: UIG triple helix intensity, positive overlap, negative overlap, trust governance, the level of regional entrepreneurship

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