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Foreign Technology Licensing in Indian Industry: An Econometric Analysis of the choice of Partners, Terms of Contract and the Effect on Licensees' performance

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  • K.J. Joseph
  • Robert E Evenson

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Using a unique panel data set on Indian firms, some basic but important and often neglected aspects of technology licensing agreements and their effect on the licenses have been analysed. [Working Paper No. 273]

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  • K.J. Joseph & Robert E Evenson, 2010. "Foreign Technology Licensing in Indian Industry: An Econometric Analysis of the choice of Partners, Terms of Contract and the Effect on Licensees' performance," Working Papers id:3152, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:3152
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    1. Wang, Chengqi & Kafouros, Mario I., 2009. "What factors determine innovation performance in emerging economies? Evidence from China," International Business Review, Elsevier, vol. 18(6), pages 606-616, December.

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    data; Indian; firm; technology; licensing;

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