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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 34, Number 5, November 2004

Editorial
pp. 479-480(2)
Author: Butler, Jeff

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Integration planning for technology intensive acquisitions
pp. 481-494(14)
Authors: Bannert, Valerie; Tschirky, Hugo

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Systemic absorptive capacity: creating early-to-market returns through R&D alliances
pp. 495-504(10)
Authors: Newey, Lance R.; Shulman, Arthur D.

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Implementing industrial sustainability: the research issues in technology management
pp. 527-537(11)
Authors: Paramanathan, Subashini; Farrukh, Clare; Phaal, Rob; Probert, David

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Supporting the technology-push of a discontinuous innovation in practice
pp. 539-552(14)
Authors: Schwery, Alexander; Raurich, Vicente F.

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The Lead User method: an outline of empirical findings and issues for future research
pp. 553-568(16)
Authors: Lüthje, Christian; Herstatt, Cornelius

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Using S&T foresight to augment organizational tool kits: a Canadian institutional-entrepreneurial experiment
pp. 579-589(11)
Authors: Smith, Jack; Masum, Hassan; Bouchard, Raymond; Kallai, Peter; Lockeberg, Erik

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Towards networked R&D management: the R&D approach of Sonera Corporation as an example
pp. 591-603(13)
Authors: Blomqvist, Kirsimarja; Hara, Veikko; Koivuniemi, Jouni; Äijö, Toivo

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Book reviews
pp. 613-626(14)

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