Does internationalisation of technology determine technological diversification in large firms?

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Christian Le Bas; Pari Patel;
  • Subject: multinational firms, technological diversification,internationalisation of technology, patenting
    • jel: jel:O32

The purpose of the paper is to examine the relationship between technological diversification and internationalisation of technology for large multinational firms, operating at the world technological frontier. More precisely we address the question as to whether intern... View more
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