Erkan Erdil

Department of Economics
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Diversities of innovation
Erdil, Erkan (2021-03-01)
Prioritization and R&D Support Mechanisms: Turkish Case
Gurbuz, Kubra; Erdil, Erkan (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2020-03-30)
This study aims to detect differences in the features of the proposed and supported projects for different priority technology areas (PTAs) of the TUBITAK Prioritized Areas R&D Grant Program together with the analysis on t...
New avenues for regional innovation systems - Theoretical advances, empirical cases and policy lessons
Erdil, Erkan (Informa UK Limited, 2019-01-01)
Customs Union Effect in International Trade: Turkish Case
Erdil, Erkan; Akdi, Yılmaz (2019-01-01)
This study is an attempt to analyze Customs Union effect in terms of co-integration and periodicity in international trade for Turkey. The most significant contribution of the paper is its use of improved methods to detect...
G20: A Room for Global Club Governance: Towards a Global Innovation System?
Erdil, Erkan (null; 2018-10-24)
Dijital Dönüşüm/Endütri 4.0 ve Türkiye
Erdil, Erkan (2018-06-01)
Innovation and the Entrepreneurial University
Erdil, Erkan (Springer, London/Berlin , 2018-06-01)
Targeting on Innovation: Potentials and Limits of Entrepreneurial Universities
Meissner, Dirk; Erdil, Erkan (Springer, 2018)
Innovation has become a frequently quoted and lived central missions of universities. This book demonstrates however that the mission is not constant. New challenges and opportunities emerge at different moments in history...
Innovation Ecosystems and Universities
Erdil, Erkan; Meissner, Dirk; Chataway, Joanna (Springer, 2018)
During the last decades the number of universities extending their initial education and teaching missions towards the triple helix and knowledge triangle paradigms, e.g. knowledge and technology transfer and innovation ha...
Knowledge Cohesion in European Regions: Convergence and Cohesion with Turkey
Akçomak, İbrahim Semih; Erdil, Erkan; Çetinkaya, Umut Yılmaz (2017-9-30)
In a knowledge economy, it is interesting to see that the concept of knowledge cohesion is a fertile soil for research. Despite the ongoing interest in investigating whether economic cohesion has been ...
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