Bureaucracy and innovation revisited: Effects of

Damanpour, Fariborz
September 1996
Journal of High Technology Management Research;Fall96, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p150
Academic Journal
Examines theories which explain the variation in the relationship between bureaucracy and innovation. Indicators of bureaucratic control which were considered; What is suggested by the results of a study on the topic.


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