Competitive Industrial Development in the Age of Information: The Role of Cooperation in the Technology Sector
Richard J. Braudo, Jeffrey Macintosh
Taylor & Francis, Jul 29, 1999 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
This book examines how transnational corporations, small to medium enterprises and governments have emerged as the principal players in industrial development. This valuable work examines this trend, with particular reference to the role of the tax policy in technology development, the financing of technology-sector SMEs, the role of government policy and the relationship between competition and co-operation.
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