Dominik Hartmann is an economist. Since 2010 he has worked as an assistant researcher at the University of Hohenheim (Germany) where he is a principal investigator in a BMBF-TÜBITAK project (TUR 10/I65) on Turkish-German innovation networks in cooperation with the Dokuz Eylül University in Izmir.
His main research interest focuses on innovation networks and commuting entrepreneurs, as well as the relations between structural change and social welfare in Europe. Hartmann’s research project for his Mercator-IPC Fellowship is titled “Analysis and promotion of knowledge transfer in Turkish-German innovation networks in the context of the European integration process.” Dominik Hartmann’s project scrutinized the structures and dynamics of the innovation networks between Turkey and Germany. The explicit goal was to highlight and promote the positive economic win-win situations stemming from cultural diversity, labor mobility, commuting entrepreneurs, and innovation networks between Turkey and Germany.
Dominik Hartmann holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Augsburg, a Master’s in International Economics and Development from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, and received his doctoral decree in Innovation Economics at the University of Hohenheim in March 2012.
A Global Comparative Perspective on Innovation and Economic Diversification in Turkey
2012/13 Mercator-IPC Fellow Dominik Hartmann’s report “A Global Comparative Perspective on Innovation and Economic Diversification in Turkey” was published in January 2013.
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