Aspects of technological collaboration between European and Indian industry
Centre for European Policy Studies, 1985 - Technology transfer - 38 pages
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associated average Belgian Belgium Benelux collaboration Benelux data Benelux firms Christopher Huhne coefficient of determination collaboration pattern collaboration policy collaborations in India collaborations with India column contracts approved countries David Fischer demand factors demand for Benelux demand for foreign European Commission European firms expansion in demand foreign technology imported technology increased Indian collaboration agreements Indian demand pattern Indian firms Indian government Indian industrial investment Indian policy Indian technology industrial output industrial technology initial intersectoral pattern investment plans ISIC Kenneth Arrow mechanical engineering sector MNC subsidiaries monopolization multinationals Netherlands collaborations nological non-MNC collaboration Nuclear Proliferation numbers of collaborations numbers of contracts Olivier Blanchard period policy towards technology production proportion of technologically R&D intensities regression research intensive restrictions of technology restrictive policies result Richard Layard Rudiger Dornbusch sectoral distribution significant small firms suggests supply conditions supply factors Table technical collaboration technology collaborations technology imports third world tion value added