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Technological Innovation, Corporate R&D Alliances and Organizational Learning

Published 1995

by Wayne Walker

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This research was undertaken to determine whether and to what extent innovation and financial benefits result from corporate participation in cooperative R&D alliances, and how that participation is shaped by executive attitudes toward the learning opportunities and opportunistic threats that alliances pose.

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