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The Changing Strategy-Technology Relationship in Technology-Based Industries : A Comparison of the United States and Japan

By Horwitch, Mel

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Title: The Changing Strategy-Technology Relationship in Technology-Based Industries : A Comparison of the United States and Japan  
Author: Horwitch, Mel
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Language: English
Subject: Business Strategy, Technology, Management
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1984
Publisher: Cambridge, M.A.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Alfred P. Sloan School of Management; Digitizer: Mit Libraries

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Mel, H., & Kiyonori, S. (1984). The Changing Strategy-Technology Relationship in Technology-Based Industries : A Comparison of the United States and Japan. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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