Collaborative agreements and R&D intensity
This paper provides evidence showing that collaborative agreements in the IT industry contribute to decrease the R&D intensity of the largest firms. This is particularly true for acquisitions (as opposed to alliances, consortia and joint ventures) and for the mixed agreements (i.e. with a sales, marketing and technological content).
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"Collaborative agreements and R&D intensity,"
Working Papers CEB
05-007.RS, ULB -- Universite Libre de Bruxelles.
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