M. What do we know about innovation in nanotechnology?
Some propositions about an emerging field between hype
and path-dependency. To be submitted to Research Policy
or Industrial and Corporate Change. Status: Final revisions
Rafols, I., Meyer, M. Diversity of knowledge-sourcing
strategies for cross-disciplinarity in bionanotechnology.
To be submitted to Science, Technology & Human Values.
Status Final revisions before submission.
Kuusi, O., Meyer, M. Amplifying weak signals –
Detecting emerging paradigms: the case of nanotubes.
To be submitted to Research Policy.Status: Draft for
Meyer, M. The Emergence of Novel Science-Related Fields:
Regional or Technological Patterns? Paper to be submitted
to ‘Regional Studies’ special issue or topical
issue of the International Journal of Technology Management.
Status: Write-up in progress.
Van Looy, B., DuPlessis, M., Debackere, K., Meyer, M.
Policy measures and their impact on university patenting.
Status: Under development. To be submitted to Research
Policy or Scientometrics.
Glanzel, W., Debackere, K., & Meyer ‘Triad’
or ‘tetrad’? On global changes in a dynamic
world. Bibliometric and technometric observations on
the rise and fall of nations. Status: Write-up underway.
Extended version to be submitted to Scientometrics,
condensed version to Nature.
Meyer, M., Debackere, K. Assessing Third-Mission Activities.
Status: Write-up in preparation. Possible contribution
for Research Policy.
Van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie, B.; Mathieu, A.; Meyer,
M. Turning science into business: A case study of a
major European research university. Status: Data Collection
Completed, Write-up in preparation.
Rafols, I., Meyer, M. Instrumentalities as drivers of
cross-disciplinarity in bionanotechnology. To be submitted
to one of the of SPRU 40th Anniversary Conference special
T.; Meyer, M. Introduction to special issue on nanotechnology.
Scientometrics, projected for second half of 2006.
Rafols, I., Meyer, M. Measuring cross-disciplinarity
practices in bionanotechnology: cognitive breadth without
social cross-disciplinarity. Contribution to Scientometrics
special issue. Status: Under development.
Meyer, M.; d’Este, P. Keeping Faith in the ‘Holy
Trinity’: The Modern scholars’ balancing
act – University scientists between three missions.
Status: Under development.
Lawton-Smith, H., Meyer, M. Different cultures –
similar results? Academics’ relationships with
university spin-out companies in Oxford and Cambridge.
Status: paper under discussion.
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