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2015 Multinational corporations as channels for international technology transfer: evidence from the South African innovation survey
In this article, we investigate the importance of South African subsidiaries of foreign multinationals as channels to introduce foreign inno...
In this paper, the author argues that the contemporary South African university cannot be understood and engaged with outside of an apprecia...