|Beyhan, Berna (2017) "How academics' engagement in university-industry interactions influences their start-up intentions: a study on nanoscientists in Turkey", International Journal of Technoentrepreneurship, Vol.3, No.3, 244-262|
|Evangelos, Bourelos and Beyhan, Berna and McKelvey, Maureen (2017) "Is the prominent scientist the one who becomes an inventor? A matching of Swedish academic pairs in nanoscience to examine the effect of publishing on patenting", Research Evaluation, Vol.26, No.2, 144-156 (SSCI)|
|Book Section / Chapter|
|Beyhan, Berna, "Nanoteknoloji: sektörel analiz, Dünyadan örnekler ve Türkiye", Bilim, Teknoloji ve Yenilik: Kavramlar, Kuramlar ve Politika, Akçomak, İbrahim Semih and Erdil, Erkan and Pamukçu, Mehmet Teoman and Tiryakioğlu, Murad (eds.), İstanbul: Bilgi Üniversitesi Yayınları, September 2016, 473-490|
SU Öncesi Yayınları:
2015, “Motivations of academics to interact with industry: the case of nanoscience”, International Journal of Technology Management, 68 (3-4): 159-175. With Annika Rickne (SSCI).
2014, “Firm innovation strategy and university-industry collaboration: The Turkish case”, Iktisat, Isletme & Finans, 29 (342): 71-101. With Derya Findik (SSCI).
2013, Strategic Planning Decisions in the High Tech Industry: Methods and Cases, Springer. With Dilek Cetindamar, Tugrul Daim and Nuri Basoglu (Eds.)
2013, Strategic planning decisions: An overview. In D. Çetindamar, T. Daim, B. Beyhan and N. Başoğlu (Eds.), Strategic Planning Decisions in the High Tech Industry: Methods and Cases, Springer. With Dilek Çetindamar, Tuğrul Daim and Nuri Başoğlu
2012, “Technology management tools and techniques: factors affecting their usage and their impact on performance”, International Journal of Technology and Innovation Management. With Dilek Cetindamar, Nazlı Wasti.
2011, “No escape from the dominant theories: the analysis of intellectual pillars of technology management in developing countries”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 78 (1): 103- 115. With Dilek Cetindamar (SSCI).
2009, “Does technology management research diverge or converge in developing and developed countries?” Technovation. 28 (1): 45-58. With Dilek Cetindamar, Hacer Ansal, and Nazlı Wasti (SSCI)