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Management and Organisation of Knowledge Creation in Emerging Markets: a Perspective from subsidiaries of EU MNEs

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  • Vandana Ujjual

    (SPRU, University of Sussex)

  • Parimal Patel

    (SPRU, University of Sussex)

  • Rishikesha T. Krishnan

    (IIM, Bangalore)

  • Srivardhini Keshavamurthy

    (IIM, Bangalore)

  • RueyLin Hsiao

    (National Cheng-Chi University, Taipei)

  • Frank Yan Zhao

    (Shanghai University, China)

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  • Vandana Ujjual & Parimal Patel & Rishikesha T. Krishnan & Srivardhini Keshavamurthy & RueyLin Hsiao & Frank Yan Zhao, 2011. "Management and Organisation of Knowledge Creation in Emerging Markets: a Perspective from subsidiaries of EU MNEs," SPRU Working Paper Series 192, SPRU - Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex.
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