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Technologische samenwerking in de industrie en de zakelijke diensten

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  • Dick Snel
  • Henriëtte Hulshoff

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Om een samenwerkingsverband tot een succes te laten worden, is het van groot belang dat men vertrouwen heeft in elkaar, dat afspraken duidelijk vastgelegd zijn en worden nagekomen en dat er openheid bestaat tussen de partners. Het succes van een technologisch samenwerkingsverband wordt vooral bepaald door goede onderlinge relaties. Dit geldt met name voor kleinere bedrijven. De monitor Technologische Samenwerking volgt de ontwikkelingen in technologische samenwerking gedurende drie jaar. De uitkomsten betreffen de tweede meting.

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  • Dick Snel & Henriëtte Hulshoff, 1998. "Technologische samenwerking in de industrie en de zakelijke diensten," Scales Research Reports A199809, EIM Business and Policy Research.
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    1. Alex Hoen, 2001. "Clusters: Determinants and Effects," CPB Memorandum 17, CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis.

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