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Vol. 1

International Journal of Technology Management

2002 Vol. 24 No. 2/3


PagesTitle and authors
124-142Integrating product and technology development
Anders Drejer

143-164A contingency model for studying R&D-marketing integration in NPD context
Iuan-yuan Lu, Tsun-jin Chang

165-193Managing customer oriented research
Maximilian von Zedtwitz, Oliver Gassmann

194-205Customer oriented scientific design: a ''contradiction in terminis'' or a winning combination?
Herman H. van Mal, Jeroen C.M. van den Molengraaf, Ronald H.A.M. van den Broek

206-218Managing sponsored research rewards to industry and universities
Philip Mendes, Shantha Liyanage

219-235A generic value tree for high-technology enterprises
W. Austin Spivey, J. Michael Munson, Donald R. Spoon

236-261A conceptual framework for evaluation of information technology investments
Cheickna Sylla, H. Joseph Wen

262-273Change from a combinate structure to a streamlined company in an emerging market by means of spin-off of peripheral functions in ex-state owned companies
Benny Iggland

274-295Evolution of the high-end computing market in the USA
Roger S. Foster, Amar Gupta, Sawan Deshpande

296-310A study forecasting the development tendency of the textile industry in Taiwan
Benjamin J.C. Yuan, Pao Cheng Chang

311-329The evolution of technology management practice in developing economies: findings from Northern China
Steven Walsh, Jonathan Linton, Robert Boylan, Cheickna Sylla

330-339An application of fuzzy linear regression to the information technology in Turkey
Cengiz Kahraman