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The Impact and Effectiveness of Policies to Support Collaboration for R&D and Innovation. / Cunningham, Paul; Gok, Abdullah.

London, 2012. (Compendium of Evidence on the Effectiveness of Innovation Policy; No. 12/06).

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Cunningham P, Gok A. The Impact and Effectiveness of Policies to Support Collaboration for R&D and Innovation. London. 2012. (Compendium of Evidence on the Effectiveness of Innovation Policy; 12/06).

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Cunningham, Paul ; Gok, Abdullah. / The Impact and Effectiveness of Policies to Support Collaboration for R&D and Innovation. London, 2012. (Compendium of Evidence on the Effectiveness of Innovation Policy; 12/06).

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