The Vienna software cluster: Local buzz without global pipelines?
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- Trippl, Michaela & Tödtling, Franz & Lengauer, Lukas, 2007. "The Vienna software cluster: local buzz without global pipelines?," SRE-Discussion Papers 550, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.
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- Lukas Lengauer & Eva Nussmüller & Michaela Trippl & Franz Tödtling, 2008.
"Innovation and Knowledge Sourcing in the Vienna ICT Manufacturing Sector,"
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