The Comparison of R&D Management Characteristics in the High Tech Industries of U.S. and Japan
Dundar F. Kocaoglu
In this work we compare the characteristics of Research and Development (R&D) management strategies of U.S. and Japanese high-tech industries. Both nations are major players in the international high tech market. Throughout the course of this study the major point of study was to determine whether the divergence or the convergence of U.S. and Japanese R&D management structures was best.
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Daim, Tugrul; Lazaris, Spyros; McClement, Bob; Poh, Leon; and Winton, Craig, "The Comparison of R&D Management Characteristics in the
High Tech Industries of U.S. and Japan" (1991). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 585.
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