1. Special Issues:

* "European Integration and Triple Helix Systems in the New EU Member States and Candidate Countries", International Journal for Transition  and Innovation Systems 3 (3), November 2014.
Guest editor: Marina Ranga 

* "Innovating our way of the economic crisis", European Planning Studies 20 (9), September 2012.
Guest editors: Marina Ranga and Henry Etzkowitz

* "The Gender Dimension in Technology", Journal of Technology Management and Innovation 5 (1), June 2010.
Guest editors: Marina Ranga and Henry Etzkowitz 


        2.  Publications


Wynarczyk, P. and M. Ranga (2016), Global insights into the commercialization of innovation and new technology through a gendered lens, Palgrave Macmillan (in progress).

Ranga, M. and Garzik, L. (2015), From Mozart to Schumpeter: A Triple Helix Systems approach to advancing regional innovation in the Salzburg region of Austria. In: Austrian Council for Research and Technology Development (Ed., 2015): Designing the future: economic, societal and political dimensions of innovation. Echomedia Buchverlag, Vienna (August 2015). ISBN: 978-3-902900-95-1.

Ranga, M. (2014), The Y Factor: Gender Dynamics in Entrepreneurial Science. In: J. B. Powers and E. P. St. John (eds.), Higher education, commercialization, and university-business relationships in comparative context. New York: AMS Press. ISBN-13: 978-0404648022.

Etzkowitz, H. and M. Ranga (2011), “Spaces”: A Triple Helix Governance Strategy for Regional Innovation. In: A. Rickne, S. Laestadius and H. Etzkowitz (eds), Innovation Governance in an Open Economy: Shaping Regional Nodes in a Globalized World, London: Routledge.  

Ranga, M. and H. Etzkowitz (2010), Creative Reconstruction: A Triple Helix-based Innovation Strategy in Central and Eastern Europe Countries. In: M. Saad and G. Zawdie (eds), Theory and Practice of Triple Helix Model in Developing Countries. Issues and Challenges, Routledge. ISBN: 978-0415475167.

Etzkowitz, H. and M. Ranga (2010), The Road to Recovery: Investing in Innovation for Knowledge-Based Growth. In: P. Ahrweiler (ed.), Innovation in complex social systems. London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-0415558709.

Etzkowitz, H. and M. Ranga (2010), ‘Picking Winners’ Revisited: Government’s Role in Innovation during an Economic Crisis. In: E. Lennart and J. Leijten (eds), New economic ground for innovation policy, Cultiva Comunicacion SL.

Etzkowitz, H., S. Fuchs, N. Gupta, C. Kemelgor and M. Ranga (2007), The Coming Gender Revolution in Science. In:  E. J. Hackett, O. Amsterdamska, M. Lynch and J. Wajcman (eds) New Handbook of Science and Technology Studies (3rd edition), Cambridge: MIT Press. ISBN: 978-0262083645.


Ranga, M., Perälampi, J. and Kansikas, J. (2015), The new face of university-business cooperation in Finland, Science and Public Policy. Special Issue “Universities as interactive partners” (in press).

Ranga, M., Temel, S. Murat Ar, I., Yesilay, R. B., Sukan F. V. (2015), Building technology transfer capacity in Turkish universities: A critical analysis, European Journal of Education, Special Issue “University-Business Cooperation in Europe - Making Opportunities out of Challenges and Deriving Policy Implications” (in press).

Manteghi, M., Ranga, M., Naghizadeh, R. (2015), Managing innovation networks in complex product systems from a Triple Helix perspective, Technological Forecasting & Social Change (accepted).

Naghizadeh, R., Elahi, S., Ghazinoori, S. S., Manteghi, M. and M. Ranga (2015), Through the magnifying glass: An analysis of regional innovation models based on co-word and meta-synthesis methods, Quantity and Quality 49 (6): 2481-2505 (November 2015. First online: 11 November 2014)

Yegorov, I. and M. Ranga (2014), Innovation, politics and tanks: The emergence of a Triple Helix System in Ukraine and the influence of EU cooperation on its development, International Journal of Transitions and Innovation Systems, Special Issue “European Integration and Triple Helix Systems in the EU New Member States and Candidate Countries” 3 (3): 189-224.

Ranga, M. and H. Etzkowitz (2013), Triple Helix Systems: An Analytical Framework for Innovation Policy and Practice in the Knowledge Society, Industry and Higher Education 27 (4):  237-262, Special Issue “Innovation policy as a concept for developing economies: renewed perspectives on the Triple Helix system”

Ranga, M. (2012), Stimulating R&D and Innovation to Address Romania’s Economic Crisis: A Bridge Too Far?, European Planning Studies 20 (9): 1497 -1523. Special Issue “Innovating our way out of the economic crisis” (September 2012).

Ranga, M. and H. Etzkowitz (2012), Great Expectations: An Innovation Solution to the Contemporary Economic Crisis, European Planning Studies 20 (9): 1429 -1438. Special Issue “Innovating our way out of the economic crisis” (September 2012).

Etzkowitz, H., M. Ranga and J. Dzisah (2012), Wither the University? The Novum Trivium and the Transition from Industrial to Knowledge Society, Social Science Information 51 (2): 143-164.

Etzkowitz, H. and M. Ranga (2011), Gender dynamics in science and technology: From the “Leaky Pipeline” to the “Vanish Box”, Brussels Economic Review (Cahiers Economiques de Bruxelles, Special Issue « Beyond the leaky pipeline – Challenges for research on gender and science» 54 (2/3): 131-148, Summer-Autumn 2011.

Ranga, M. and H. Etzkowitz (2010), Athena in the World of Techne: The Gender Dimension of Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Journal of Technology Management and Innovation 5 (1): 1-12.

Etzkowitz, H. and M. Ranga (2009), A trans-Keynesian vision of Innovation for the contemporary economic crisis: ‘picking winners’ revisited, Science and Public Policy 36 (10): 799-808.

Etzkowitz, H, M. Ranga, M. Benner, L. Guaranys, A. M. Maculan and R. Kneller (2008), Pathways to the Entrepreneurial University: Towards a Global Convergence’, Science and Public Policy 35 (9): 1-15.

Ranga, M., J.L. Miedema and R.J.J. Jorna (2008), Enhancing the innovative capacity of small firms through Triple Helix interactions: challenges and opportunities, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 20 (6): 697 – 716.

Ranga, M., H. Etzkowitz et al. (2008), Gender Patterns in Technology Transfer: Social innovation in the making?’, Research Global, 4-5.

Etzkowitz, H., M. Ranga, J. Dzisah, C. Zhou (2007), University-Industry-Government Interaction: the Triple Helix Model of Innovation, Asia Pacific Tech Monitor 24 (1): 14-23.

Van Looy, B., M. Ranga, J. Callaert, K. Debackere and E. Zimmermann (2004), Combining Entrepreneurial and Scientific Performance in Academia: Towards a Compounded and Reciprocal Matthew Effect?, Research Policy 33 (3): 425-441.

Ranga, M. K. Debackere and G.N. Von Tunzelmann (2003), Entrepreneurial Universities and the Dynamics of Academic Knowledge Production: A Case Study of Basic vs. Applied Research in Belgium, Scientometrics 58 (2): 301-320.     


Ranga, M. (Rapporteur), Ortega-Argiles, R. and Bartzokas, A. (2015), Pre-Peer Review of Hungarian Research and Innovation System. Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility. Final Report for the European Commission, DG Research and Innovation. October 2015.

Ranga, M., Brennan, J., Broek, S., Ryan, S. Durazzi, N., Kamphuis, B., Ryan (2014), ‘Study on Innovation in Higher Education’, European Commission, Directorate-General for Education and Culture.

 Ranga, M., C. Hoareau, N. Durazzi, H. Etzkowitz, P. Marcucci and A. Usher (2013), ‘University-Industry Cooperation in the US and Canada’. European Commission, DG Education and Culture.

Ranga, M., H. Etzkowitz and N. Gupta (2011), ‘A review of the scientific discussion on the gender-specific aspects of the evaluation of funding proposals and the awarding of funding”. Report for the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).

Ranga, M., A. Inzelt, M.M. Godinho, M. Meyer (2009), ‘Production of data to analyze university references found in patent documents by geographic origin. Final Report for DG Research /IPTS Seville’, October 2009

Ranga, M., B. Van Looy, M. M. Godinho and A. Inzelt (2009), ‘Production of data to analyze university references in patent documents by geographic origin. Report for DG Research /IPTS Seville’, Jan. 2009.

Ranga, M. and H. Etzkowitz (2007), ‘Identification and Analysis of Policies to Promote Investment in Research in Nine non-EU Countries’, Synthesis Report for DG Research/IPTS Seville, May 2007.

Etzkowitz, H., M. Ranga, J. Dzisah and Y. Lu (2007), ‘Evaluation of International Knowledge-based Entrepreneurship Programmes and Policy Recommendations for the North East of England’, Synthesis Report for the Newcastle City Council, Nov. 2007.

Von Tunzelmann, G.N., M. Ranga, E. Kraemer Mbula, M. Meyer, S. Nassehi and P. Patel (2004), ‘Study on the New Instruments in Framework Programme 6 – Use and Effect. Research Report to the ESRC conducted by SPRU’, Sussex University, UK.

Von Tunzelmann, G.N., M. Ranga and B. Martin (2003), ‘The Effects of Size on Research Performance. Concentration of Research and Quality of Output: Critical Review’, Research Report to the Office for Science and Technology- DTI, SPRU, Sussex University, UK.

Ranga, M. and G.N. von Tunzelmann, G.N. (2003), ‘Review of the Impact of Large-scale Research Facilities on Regional Economies’, SPRU, Sussex University, UK.

Van Looy, B., M. Ranga, J. Callaert, K. Debackere and E. Zimmermann (2003), ‘Combining Entrepreneurial and Scientific Performance in Academia: Towards a Compounded and Reciprocal Matthew Effect’, Research Report 0310, Centre for Managerial Economics and Strategy, KUL, Belgium. 2003.

Debackere, K. R. Veugelers, B. Van Looy, M. Ranga and E. Zimmermann (2000), ‘Development of a Methodological Framework for Examining Science and Technology in Flanders’, Research Report to the Flemish Government, Dept. of Applied Economics, KUL, Belgium. 2000.