Elif Bascavusoglu-Moreau

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The purpose of this chapter is to explore the determinants of innovative capabilities in an emerging country context. The authors focus particularly on the impact of recent changes in SME policies in Turkey. Using a unique firm-level survey conducted on 45,000 SMEs, innovative capabilities of firms are assessed at three different levels: their innovation(More)
Although very dynamic and flexible, Turkish SMEs are less innovative than their European counterparts. The analysis undertaken in this paper allows to assess whether this low level of innovative activities is related to a lack of entrepreneurial behaviour and/or to the weaknesses of the Turkish innovation system. Exploring a unique firm level survey(More)
This paper reports on some key indicators of the economic significance of the science base. We ask first what the effects of state funding of the science base are. In particular, we ask how state funding of the science base in the UK affects private sector involvement, including the R&D location decisions of multinational firms. We then ask how public(More)
This paper focuses on the ‘design’ of emotional wellbeing in a cancer care service system. There is little or no scholarly understanding of the concept of emotion in service systems discourse. Yet, emotion is often referred to in service systems research; scholars have pointed out the need to create long-term emotional bonds with customers, for example.(More)
  • Diego USECHE, Matthieu Becue, +7 authors Matthieu Montalban
  • 2012
The purpose of this empirical study is to test whether patenting behavior impacts the way investors perceive software firms’ (USSIC 737) potential through a higher amount invested at the Initial Public Offering (IPO) in US and Europe. This study develops econometric models of the relationship of various metrics of firm quality contained in patents (applied,(More)
Servitization, i.e. the transition from manufacturing products to providing combinations of products and services, is expected to have many financial and strategic benefits for manufacturing firms. However, making this shift from product towards services can be very difficult; and manufacturing companies? investment in service business may not always result(More)
Introducing and innovating services is advocated as a means by which manufacturing firms in advanced economies can retain or enhance their competitiveness. But little is known about how manufacturers innovate services, nor about the impact of service innovation on manufacturers’ performance. Using two consecutive waves of the UK Innovation Survey, this(More)
Although very dynamic and flexible, Turkish SMEs are less innovative than their European counterparts. The analysis undertaken in this paper allows to assess whether this low level of innovative activities is related to a lack of entrepreneurial behavior and/or to the weaknesses of Turkish innovation system. Exploring a unique firm-level survey realized(More)
Although very dynamic and flexible, Turkish SMEs are less innovative than their European counterparts. The analysis undertaken in this paper allows to assess whether this low level of innovative activities is related to a lack of entrepreneurial behaviour and/or to the weaknesses of the Turkish innovation system. Exploring a unique firm level survey(More)
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