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Policy and revitalisation

Andrew Tylecote

Policy and revitalisation

Managerial objectives, short termism and innovation

by Andrew Tylecote

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Published by Sheffield University Management School, Centre for Research on Innovation and Technological Change in Sheffield .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAndrew Tylecote.
SeriesCRITEC discussion paper series / Sheffield University Management School, Centre for Research on Innovation and Technological Change -- no.12, CRITEC discussion paper (Sheffield University Management School, Centre for Research on Innovation and Technological Change) -- no.12.
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Open LibraryOL20830127M

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