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Technology choice, adaptation, and diffusion in privately- and state-owned enterprises in India
Anil B. Deolalikar
|Statement||by Anil B. Deolalikar and Anant K. Sundaram.|
|Series||World Employment Programme research working paper. Technology and Employment Programme -- WEP2-22/WP 158|
|Contributions||Sundaram, Anant K. 1954-|
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