Chapter 1: Introduction Sefer Sener and Stefan Schepers Chapter 2: Innovation Ecosystem Development: A Necessary Instrument to Escape the Mid-Income Trap Stefan Schepers Chapter 3: Is Innovation Conducive to Economic Growth? The Case of Central and Eastern European CountriesSefer Sener and Cigdem Boerke Tunali Chapter 4: On the Dynamic Function of Innovative Entrepreneurship in Evolutionary Economics For Middle Income CountriesSefer Sener and Volkan Hacioglu Chapter 5: Collaborative Governance: Working Through Misaligned InterestsNada Kakabadse and Andrew Kakabadse Chapter 6: Entrepreneurship and Ethics: Examples of Social Entrepreneurship in Turkey and Selected Middle Income CountriesSelva Staub and Zeliha Tekin Chapter 7: An Empirical Analysis of the Macroeconomic Dynamics of InnovationCigdem Boerke Tunali Chapter 8: The Importance of Innovation and Innovation in SMEs: The Turkey ExperienceKadir Tuna Chapter 9: A Design of Innovative School: Learning School, Educational Leadership and School DevelopmentHanifi Parlar Chapter 10: Effects of Innovation and Financial Performance on Companies in Middle Income European CountriesMustafa Yurttadur Chapter 11: SWOT Analysis of the Turkish Economy in the Context of Innovativeness with the Eye of the Business World, Academics, and Government Executives: A Comparative Analysis of Middle Income Countries in Terms of their Innovation CapacitiesSedat Murat, Ali Akdemir, Kadir Tuna, Volkan Hacioglu, Selva Staub
Sefer Sener is Professor and Head of the Department of Technology and Industry, Istanbul University, Turkey. Through visits to the United States and Europe, Sener has deepened his understanding of economic integration and innovation, and their potential effect on the Turkish economy - including its technology, innovation and entrepreneurial standards. He is co-organiser of the International Conference on Science, Technology and Innovation, held every two years in Istanbul. Stefan Schepers is Secretary General of the High Level Group on Innovation Policy Management, Brussels, and Visiting Professor at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. Stefan was formerly Director General of the European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht, The Netherlands. He is currently Chairman of EPPA, a management consultancy specialising in business-government-society interaction, a member of the Senate of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, Austria, and a Scholar at the Montesquieu Forum, France. He has published on management and EU affairs, and recently co-edited Rethinking the Future of Europe (2014) and Revolutionising EU Innovation Policy (2016).