Is a goal-driven view on entrepreneurship sustainable in the era of digital transformation? Reflections from the video game industry



Is case-based learning an effective teaching strategy to challenge students' alternative conceptions regarding chemical kinetics?
Yalcinkaya, Eylem; TAŞTAN KIRIK, ÖZGECAN; Boz, Yezdan; Yildiran, Demet (Informa UK Limited, 2012-01-01)
Background: Case-based learning (CBL) is simply teaching the concept to the students based on the cases. CBL involves a case, which is a scenario based on daily life, and study questions related to the case, which allows students to discuss their ideas. Chemical kinetics is one of the most difficult concepts for students in chemistry. Students have generally low levels of conceptual understanding and many alternative conceptions regarding it.
Is Individualism a Predictor of Social Capital in Business Incubators?
Aşcıgil, Semra Feriha (2013-06-01)
This paper examines whether entrepreneurs’ individualism is related to their perceptions of social capital within a business incubator of which their company is a tenant. Social capital is a resource derived from the content and structure of social relations among incubator tenants. Questionnaire data from managers of tenant companies of five incubators established by the State Privatization Office of the Turkish Republic were analyzed with regression. Individualism had a positive relationship with percepti...
Is education the panacea for gender inequality in the labor market? : a case study of Turkey
Kahraman, Pınar; Pelizzon, Sheila Margaret; Department of Economics (2009)
The main aim in this study is to criticize the prevalent method of approach of the mainstream economics to women’s problems. The mainstream approach to women’s problems is to emphasize exclusively the significance of education, and participation in work-force, and which defines issues of equality/inequality in terms of economic advantages and externalities. Ensuring gender equality has historically never been the mainspring agenda of governments; and the problems of women have mainly been considered in term...
Is it possible to define a universal technology management discipline?
ANSAL, Hacer; AYGÖREN, Huriye; EKMEKÇİ, Umut (Iktisat Isletme ve Finans Dergisi, 2009-8-1)
Considering the diversity of needs and concerns in developed and developing countries, the evolution of technology management (TM) discipline would be expected to follow different paths to include different national experiences and unique needs of these countries. Whether this diversity is reflected in the mainstream TM research agenda is an important issue. Thus, the aim of this study is in two folds; first, to examine how the general research agenda of TM discipline has evolved in the academic research in...
Is the information deficiency in real estate evident in public market trading?
Downs, DH; Güner, Zehra Nuray (Wiley, 1999-09-01)
This paper examines the summary informativeness of trading in real estate securities. Prior literature on publicly traded real estate securities suggests that the information deficiency associated with local economies and unique rent dynamics will manifest itself as severe information asymmetry. To date, most studies concerned with these issues have focused on the conventional measures of liquidity (serial correlations, bid-ask spreads, etc.). However, the conventional measures have several shortcomings as ...
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C. Durukan and S. N. Wasti Pamuksuz, “Is a goal-driven view on entrepreneurship sustainable in the era of digital transformation? Reflections from the video game industry,” presented at the 1st KEEN Forum PhD Colloquium 2020, Kaunas, Litvanya, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: