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By David J. Teece

The overseas move of expertise is likely one of the most vital positive factors of the worldwide economic climate. even though, the literature on it really is sparse. This publication encapsulates the author's contributions to this box over the past 3 a long time and gives insights into the way, mechanisms, and value of expertise move throughout nationwide obstacles and the results for (the thought of) the foreign company.

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