Knowledge flow and research success in established biotechnology companies

Kramer, S. 2002. Knowledge flow and research success in established biotechnology companies. Global Competitiveness. 10 (2), pp. 99-114.

TitleKnowledge flow and research success in established biotechnology companies
AuthorsKramer, S.
JournalGlobal Competitiveness
Journal citation10 (2), pp. 99-114
ISSN1071-0736
Year2002
Publication dates
Published2002

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