Diversities of innovation



Diversification strategies of Turkish construction companies
Dikmen Toker, İrem; Birgönül, Mustafa Talat (null; 2001-04-06)
The macroeconomic, political, legal and social environment where the construction company operates is one of the major determinants of its performance. In a highly competitive and unstable environment, one of the critical success factors is maintaining an adaptable organizational structure so that the company can satisfy changing needs of clients and survive in a dynamic environment. Moreover, in order to sustain competitive advantage, differentiation of services by offering innovative construction and mana...
Transformative relations between architecture and urban public space : the case of Ankara Kızılay area
Albayrak, Mehmet; Güzer, C. Abdi; Department of Architecture (2000)
Institutional framework for urban development with co-benefits: the Indian experience
Doll, Christopher N. H.; Dreyfus, Magali; Ahmad, Sohail; Balaban, Osman (Elsevier BV, 2013-11-01)
The co-benefits approach has been proposed as a means for mainstreaming environmental concerns into urban development, especially in developing countries. This paper reviews the Indian situation setting out the urban-environmental challenge. National policies related to urban development, climate change and specific sectors are examined and then, with the aid of cases, analysed to understand the strengths and weaknesses of generating co-benefits in the world's second most populous country.
Institutional aspects of regional/local economic development
Özelçi, Tanyel; Eraydın, Ayda; Department of City and Regional Planning (2002)
Transformation of Teaching and Learning Building the Learning Society
Gürbüz, Tarkan (2009-05-01)
Citation Formats
E. Erdil, “Diversities of innovation,” REGIONAL STUDIES, pp. 0–0, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/89759.