The Flight from Defence to Civilian Space: Evolution of the Sectoral System of Innovation of Indiaâ€™s Aerospace Industry
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Keywordssouth India; technology; knowledge; astronautic; developing countries; sectoral system of innovation; aerospace industry; civilian; aeronautical; astronautic; offset policy; city; Bangalore; demand;
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