Learning by doing: Technology transfer to an indian manufacturing firm
Moulik, Tushar K.
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This paper present an indepth case study of technology transfer to an indian manufacturing firm in the tractor industry and highlights the complexities involved as a result of the interaction of a number of factors both external to the firm as well as internal to it. The total process of technology assimilation is conceptualised as consisting of three sub processes a) technology adaptation b) technology utilization and c) technology development, which are characterized by differences in the organization's goal and actions taken by management taken during each stage. Based on the case study and other relevent research the authors draw some implications for policy at the national level.
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