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The limits of top-down transfers within a multinational corporation: the need for knowledge hybridization

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  • Dorra Yahiaoui
  • Hela Chebbi

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  • Dorra Yahiaoui & Hela Chebbi, 2008. "The limits of top-down transfers within a multinational corporation: the need for knowledge hybridization," Journal of Innovation Economics, De Boeck Université, vol. 0(2), pages 85-104.
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