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Can Technology be Developed without Government Assistance? Korean Automobile Case Study Evaluation Note / İrem Kızılca
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10/04/2014 "South Korea is the world’s 5th biggest automobile producer and the 6th biggest exporter. At the beginning of the 1980s, when Korea was 30th largest exporter, Turkey was right behind it, in 31st place. In 30 years, Korea rapidly rose first to 28t [More]
Israel Model Addressed for “Matchmaking” US-Turkish Companies in R&D Applicability of the model that successfully matched the US and Israeli firms for R&D projects to Turkey discussed.
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20/12/2011 ANKARA - TEPAV organized a meeting as a part of the Global Entrepreneurship Program (GEP)-Turkey that brought together representatives from institutions that support technology development and the innovation system in Turkey, to have a better under [More]
TEPAV Director Sak Cited TÜBA as an Example of an Innovative Ecosystem Stating that an innovative ecosystem could be established in an environment in which different actors focus on a single target without interfering with others’ space, Sak addressed the recent law amendment that ended the autonomy of the Turkish Academy of Sciences (TÜBA).
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18/10/2011 ANKARA – TEPAV and the World Bank organized a dissemination meeting on the report “Igniting Innovation: Rethinking the Role of Government in Emerging Asia and Central Asia” on October 18, 2011. Delivering the opening speech, TEPAV Director [More]
TEPAV: "Higher Education Board Harms the Economy" TEPAV's research identified that the lack of autonomy across universities in Turkey affected innovation performance adversely.
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14/12/2010 ANKARA-TEPAV research aiming to shed light on the correlation between the higher education system in Turkey and competitiveness identified that the lack of autonomy across universities in Turkey affected innovation performance adversely. TEPAV pol [More]
TEPAV Director Sak: "Entrepreneurs cannot work like superheros; entrepreneurship must be democratized" Speaking at the 'Entrepreneurship Congress' organized by TOBB, Sak underlined capital is required but not sufficient for entrepreneurship and said: "Democratization of entrepreneurship is probably the most critical phenomenon of the era."
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06/11/2010 ANKARA - TEPAV Director Prof. Dr. Güven Sak said that entrepreneurship in Turkey must be democratized and entrepreneurs should no longer be asked to work like superheros. Underlining that capital is necessary but not sufficient for entrepreneurs [More]