Martin Meyer
Martin Meyer
Dean and Personal Chair in Business & Innovation, University of Aberdeen Business School
Verified email at abdn.ac.uk - Homepage
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Diversity and network coherence as indicators of interdisciplinarity: case studies in bionanoscience
I Rafols, M Meyer
Scientometrics 82 (2), 263-287, 2010
6202010
Does science push technology? Patents citing scientific literature
M Meyer
Research Policy 29 (3), 409-434, 2000
5862000
Triple Helix indicators of knowledge-based innovation systems: Introduction to the special issue
L Leydesdorff, M Meyer
Research Policy 35 (10), 1441-1449, 2006
5732006
Triple Helix of university-industry-government relations
L Leydesdorff, M Martin
Springer New York, 2003
5322003
Academic entrepreneurs or entrepreneurial academics? Research–based ventures and public support mechanisms
M Meyer
R&D Management 33 (2), 107-115, 2003
4742003
Becoming an entrepreneurial university? A case study of knowledge exchange relationships and faculty attitudes in a medium-sized, research-oriented university
A Martinelli, M Meyer, N Von Tunzelmann
The Journal of Technology Transfer 33 (3), 259-283, 2008
3152008
Publications and patents in nanotechnology
A Hullmann, M Meyer
Scientometrics 58 (3), 507-527, 2003
2832003
Are patenting scientists the better scholars?: An exploratory comparison of inventor-authors with their non-inventing peers in nano-science and technology
M Meyer
Research Policy 35 (10), 1646-1662, 2006
2702006
What is special about patent citations? Differences between scientific and patent citations
M Meyer
Scientometrics 49 (1), 93-123, 2000
2622000
The mutual information of university-industry-government relations: An indicator of the Triple Helix dynamics
L Leydesdorff
Scientometrics 58 (2), 445-467, 2003
2602003
Nanotechnology-interdisciplinarity, patterns of collaboration and differences in application
M Meyer, O Persson
Scientometrics 42 (2), 195-205, 1998
2431998
Patent citation analysis in a novel field of technology: An exploration of nano-science and nano-technology
M Meyer
Scientometrics 51 (1), 163-183, 2001
1892001
Academic patents as an indicator of useful research? A new approach to measure academic inventiveness
M Meyer
Research Evaluation 12 (1), 17-27, 2003
1842003
How cross-disciplinary is bionanotechnology? Explorations in the specialty of molecular motors
I Rafols, M Meyer
Scientometrics 70 (3), 633-650, 2007
1812007
Insights into services and innovation in the knowledge intensive economy
J Kuusisto, M Meyer
Technology review 134 (2003), 2003
1812003
The decline of university patenting and the end of the Bayh–Dole effect
L Leydesdorff, M Meyer
Scientometrics 83 (2), 355-362, 2010
1702010
Towards hybrid Triple Helix indicators: A study of university-related patents and a survey of academic inventors
M Meyer, T Sinilšinen, J Utecht
Scientometrics 58 (2), 321-350, 2003
1592003
‘Triad’or ‘tetrad’? On global changes in a dynamic world
W Glšnzel, K Debackere, M Meyer
Scientometrics 74 (1), 71-88, 2008
1502008
Patents cited in the scientific literature: An exploratory study of'reverse'citation relations
W Glšnzel, M Meyer
Scientometrics 58 (2), 415-428, 2003
1392003
Patent citations in a novel field of technology—what can they tell about interactions between emerging communities of science and technology?
M Meyer
Scientometrics 48 (2), 151-178, 2000
1362000
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