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Is the commercialisation of scientific research affecting the production of public knowledge?: Global trends in the output of corporate research articles

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  • Tijssen, Robert J. W., 2004. "Is the commercialisation of scientific research affecting the production of public knowledge?: Global trends in the output of corporate research articles," Research Policy, Elsevier, vol. 33(5), pages 709-733, July.
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