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Volume 12, Number 3, 1 September 2000

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EDITIORIAL: Innovation-But For Whose Benefit, For What Purpose?
pp. 317-325(9)
Authors: Hull, Richard; Kaghan, William N.

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Problematizing 'Innovation' as a Critical Project
pp. 327-333(7)
Authors: Suchman, Lucy; Bishop, Libby

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Thinking Critically: The Case of Health Policy Research
pp. 335-341(7)
Authors: Harding, Nancy; Learmonth, Mark

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Ethics, Innovation and Innovation Studies
pp. 349-355(7)
Author: Hull, Richard

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On the Role of Outsiders in Technical Development
pp. 383-397(15)
Author: Van De Poel, Ibo

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Networks, Knowledge and Power: Decision Making, Politics and the Process of Innovation
pp. 399-411(13)
Authors: Hislop, Donald; Newell, Sue; Scarbrough, Harry; Swan, Jacky

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Developing Usability and Utility: A Comparative Study of the Users of New IT
pp. 413-423(11)
Authors: McLaughlin, Janice; Skinner, David

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