Innovation and the Entrepreneurial University



Innovation and the Entrepreneurial University
Erdil, Erkan (Springer, London/Berlin , 2018-06-01)
Innovation Ecosystems and Universities
Erdil, Erkan; 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 has increased substantially. In line with this evolution the term ‘entrepreneurial university’ became increasingly popular however until recently there is hardly a common understanding of ‘entrepreneurial universities’. The main perception of ‘entrepreneurial universities’ rests with a visib...
Innovation, networking and the new industrial clusters: the characteristics of networks and local innovation capabilities in the Turkish industrial clusters
Eraydin, A; Armatli-Koroglu, B (2005-07-01)
Elaborating on the literature on industrial districts, this paper suggests that innovation and networking are the two key issues, which provide the new generation industrial clusters' competitive capacity in the globalization process. The paper presents the findings on the innovative and networking capabilities of the three important industrial clusters of Turkey based on the data collected from the sample firms in each of these industrial clusters through in-depth interviews. The findings clearly show the ...
Innovation and institutional environment Turkish STI policies
Erdil, Erkan (null; 2016-01-20)
Innovation Vision of the Turkish Construction Industry: A Comparative Qualitative Content Analysis of Strategic Roadmaps
Bilgin, Gizem; Bilgin, Pinar; Dikmen Toker, İrem; Birgönül, Mustafa Talat (null; 2019-11-27)
Construction plays a crucial role in Turkey’s economic development, accounting for nearly 8-9% of GDP.The growing global competitiveness of Turkish contractors also contributes significantly to the balance ofpayments of Turkey. It is widely acknowledged that competitiveness of firms depends on national“innovation systems,” that is shaped by government policy, and an innovation vision is needed at theindustry-level as well as supporting mechanisms such as funding schemes for research and developmentin the pr...
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