Strategic approach to outsourcing the research and development function

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Firend, A.R;

This paper proposes an approach for outsourcing the R&D function. This model is to serve as a strategic approach to outsourcing that considers number of elements with strategic competitive advantage as an ultimate objective. This paper suggest that outsourcing research ... View more
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