Practices and Governance
Ridvan will explore changes taking place in nature and process of innovation and map out how universities adapt to these changes.
University of Aveiro
Cinar, Ridvan (2020). Structuration of Natural Resource-Based Innovations in Universities: How Do They Get Institutionalized?
Sustainability, 12(5), 1834
Keywords: bioeconomy; universities; natural resources; innovation; institutionalization; level of structuration
Cinar, Ridvan & Benneworth, Paul (2020). Why do universities have little systemic impact with social innovation? An institutional logics perspective
Growth and Change, 1–19
Cinar, Ridvan (2019). Delving into social entrepreneurship in universities: is it legitimate yet?
Regional Studies, Regional Science, 6:1, 217-232
Keywords: social entrepreneurship; universities; new institutionalism; legitimacy; place-based belonging; third mission
Benneworth, Paul, Cunha, Jorge & Cinar, Ridvan. Between Good Intentions and Enthusiastic Professors: The Missing Middle of University Social Innovation Structures in the Quadruple Helix.
In: Farinha L., Santos D., Ferreira J., Ranga M. (eds) Regional Helix Ecosystems and Sustainable Growth. Studies on Entrepreneurship, Structural Change and Industrial Dynamics. Springer, Cham.
Keywords: Universities and social innovation; Universities’ third mission; Institutional logics; Quadruple Helix; Social innovation upscaling; Entrepreneurial universities
MSc in educational administration and planning from Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey with a thesis titled “Hiding in the shadow of centralised education system: An exploratory analysis of instructional leadership with respect to socioeconomic status”.B.A in English Studies from Akdeniz University, Turkey. Work experience as a research assistant in universities in Turkey, Germany and Slovakia in the areas of leadership and change in educational organizations.