KNOWLEDGE INPUTS TO SCIENCE- AND DEVELOPMENT-BASED REGIMES: EVIDENCE FROM THE BEHAVIOUR OF RUSSIAN RTOs
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KeywordsRussian federation; manufacturing; technology transfer mechanisms; technology transfer barriers; knowledge transfer; technology transfer; Russia;
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