Business R&D, path dependence and innovation: explaining Finland and Sweden's Performance, 1981-present

Niall MacKenzie

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Conference

ConferenceAssociation of Business Historians Annual Conference
Abbreviated titleABH Conference 2011
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityReading
Period1/07/112/07/11

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MacKenzie, N. (2011). Business R&D, path dependence and innovation: explaining Finland and Sweden's Performance, 1981-present. Paper presented at Association of Business Historians Annual Conference, Reading, United Kingdom.
MacKenzie, Niall. / Business R&D, path dependence and innovation : explaining Finland and Sweden's Performance, 1981-present. Paper presented at Association of Business Historians Annual Conference, Reading, United Kingdom.
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MacKenzie, N 2011, 'Business R&D, path dependence and innovation: explaining Finland and Sweden's Performance, 1981-present' Paper presented at Association of Business Historians Annual Conference, Reading, United Kingdom, 1/07/11 - 2/07/11, .

Business R&D, path dependence and innovation : explaining Finland and Sweden's Performance, 1981-present. / MacKenzie, Niall.

2011. Paper presented at Association of Business Historians Annual Conference, Reading, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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MacKenzie N. Business R&D, path dependence and innovation: explaining Finland and Sweden's Performance, 1981-present. 2011. Paper presented at Association of Business Historians Annual Conference, Reading, United Kingdom.