Full Name
MEHMET AKIF DEMIRCIOGLU
 
 
Email
sppmad@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
16-Oct-2018Conditions for complex innovations: evidence from public organizationsDemircioglu M.A. ; Audretsch D.B.
21-Nov-2017Conditions for innovation in public sector organizationsDemircioglu M.A. ; Audretsch D.B.
32-Apr-2020Conditions for open innovation in public organizations: evidence from Challenge.govHameduddin, Taha ; Fernandez, Sergio; Demircioglu, Mehmet Akif 
431-Oct-2018Effects of the Innovation Climate on Turnover Intention in the Australian Public ServiceDemircioglu M.A. ; Berman E.
51-Mar-2020Entrepreneurship in Public Organizations: The Role of Leadership BehaviorMEHMET AKIF DEMIRCIOGLU ; FARZANA CHOWDHURY
617-Jan-2018Examining the Effects of Social Media Use on Job Satisfaction in the Australian Public Service: Testing Self-Determination TheoryMehmet Akif Demircioglu 
71-Mar-2020Intensity of Innovation in Public Sector Organizations: The Role of Push and Pull FactorsTommy Høyvarde Clausen; Mehmet Akif Demircioglu ; Gry A Alsos
830-Nov-2018Public employees' use of social media: Its impact on need satisfaction and intrinsic work motivationDemircioglu M.A. ; Chen C.-A.
926-Oct-2017Public sector innovation: the effect of universitiesDemircioglu M.A. ; Audretsch D.B.
101-Dec-2019Sources of Innovation and Innovation Type: Firm-Level Evidence from the United StatesMehmet Akif Demircioglu ; David B. Audretsch; Timothy F. Slaper
1111-Dec-2018The Association Between Administrative Characteristics and National Level Innovative Activity: Findings from a Cross-National StudySuzuki K.; Demircioglu M.A. 
1223-Oct-2017The Effects of Empowerment Practices on Perceived Barriers to Innovation: Evidence from Public OrganizationsMehmet Akif Demircioglu 
1313-Dec-2019Why does innovation in government occur and persist? Evidence from the Australian governmentMehmet Akif Demircioglu