Organisational Factors, Anticipated Rents and Commercialisation in SMEs

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Organisational Factors, Anticipated Rents and Commercialisation in SMEs. / Do, Hang; Mazzarol, Timothy; Soutar, Geoffrey; Volery, Thierry; Reboud, Sophie.

In: International journal of innovation management, Vol. 22, No. 2, 1850018, 02.2018, p. 1.

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Do, H, Mazzarol, T, Soutar, G, Volery, T & Reboud, S 2018, 'Organisational Factors, Anticipated Rents and Commercialisation in SMEs' International journal of innovation management, vol 22, no. 2, 1850018, pp. 1.

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Do, H., Mazzarol, T., Soutar, G., Volery, T., & Reboud, S. (2018). Organisational Factors, Anticipated Rents and Commercialisation in SMEs. International journal of innovation management, 22(2), 1. [1850018].

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Do H, Mazzarol T, Soutar G, Volery T, Reboud S. Organisational Factors, Anticipated Rents and Commercialisation in SMEs. International journal of innovation management. 2018 Feb;22(2):1. 1850018.

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Do, Hang; Mazzarol, Timothy; Soutar, Geoffrey; Volery, Thierry; Reboud, Sophie / Organisational Factors, Anticipated Rents and Commercialisation in SMEs.

In: International journal of innovation management, Vol. 22, No. 2, 1850018, 02.2018, p. 1.

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