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Clubs and Standards: The Role of Industry Consortia in Standardization of Wirelelss Telecommunications

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  • Leiponen, Aija, 2005. "Clubs and Standards: The Role of Industry Consortia in Standardization of Wirelelss Telecommunications," Discussion Papers 997, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy.
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    1. Di Minin, Alberto & Palmberg, Christopher, 2006. "A case for non-globalization? The organisation of r&d in the wireless telecommunications industry," Discussion Papers 1047, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy.

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    standard setting; wireless telecommunication; cooperative arrangements;

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