The Idea of a Green New Deal in a Quintuple Helix Model of Knowledge, Know-How and Innovation
Thorsten D. Barth
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Thorsten D. Barth: University of Vienna, Austria
International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development (IJSESD), 2011, vol. 2, issue 1, pages 1-14
The climate change and the financial and economical crises are posing new challenges to the quality of democracies. This article is about the discussion of a correlation between a potential Green New Deal project and the scientific innovation model of a Quintuple Helix in advanced democracies to demonstrate that the sought for knowledge, sustainability, and green development can imply an excess in quality of democracies. Conclusion of the discussion is that the social and scientific subsystems of a democracy must, as part of a new deal, take over new tasks. At the same time, a new scientific cooperation and exchange system between advanced democracies should be implemented on an international level.
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