The Oxford Handbook of International Business

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technology transfer between established activities frequently organized along miniature replica lines in different locations, and towards the MNE as a developer of international networks for technology creation, which combine formerly unconnected streams of innovation. Internationalization through the MNE and the corporate development and application of ICT have become intertwined in a new era of innovative capitalism.


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