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Vol. 1

International Journal of Technology Management

1997 Vol. 13 No. 5/6


PagesTitle and authors
461-470How innovation is changing R&D
Ferdinando Chiaromonte

471-485Managing virtual R&D organisations: lessons from the pharmaceutical industry
Vittorio Chiesa, Raffaella Manzini

486-496Productivity and performance measurement in R&D
Alan Stainer, Bill Nixon

497-510A model for evaluating organisation performance with application to a non-profit R&D organisation
A.A. Ghosn, M.I. AI-Jazzaf, A. Nazar

511-524The concept of effectiveness in R&D project selection
Mushin Lee, Kiyong Om

525-541A management model for technology and R&D selection
Salah Al-Mazidi, Ahmad A. Ghosn

542-553The impact of generic competitive strategies on corporate R&D: an empirical study in Japan
Ziqi Liao, Paul F. Greenfield

554-562Sectorial influence on R&D policies of Spanish firms
E. Fernandez, B. Junquera, C.J. Vazquez

563-570The current status of R&D activities in Taiwan
Chiu-Chi Wei

571-587The development of capability for tackling R&D issues in small companies: a case of a CNC-controller manufacturer in Taiwan
Charng-Horng Hsieh, Sun-Perng KoWang

588-600Major considerations in the corporate development of R&D strategies within Australian technology-based firms
Ziqi Liao, Paul F. Greenfield

601-614A comparison of US and Japanese technology management and innovation
Larry J. LeBlanc, Robert Nash, Daniel Gallagher, Kinji Gonda, Fumihiko Kakizaki

615-638A technology assessment primer for management of technology
Anne De Piante Henriksen

639-660Stochastic Project Management (SPM) practices in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta area: a survey
C.K. Liang, M.M. Nkasu

661-680Strategic planning for technology development with patent analysis
Shang-Jyh Liu, Joenson Shyu

681-694World-class manufacturing in Chengdu: a case study on China's first aviation joint venture
James S. DeFilippo

695-705Quantifying the private returns to collaborative research: the case of SEMATECH
A.N. Link, W.F. Finan