Commercializing high technology

East and West : selected conference papers
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Center for International Security and Arms Control, Stanford University , Stanford, CA
Economic conversion -- Russia (Federation) -- Congresses., Research, Industrial -- Russia (Federation) -- Congresses., High technology industries -- Russia (Federation) -- Congresses., Defense industries -- Russia (Federation) -- Congresses., Economic conversion -- United States -- Congresses., Research, Industrial -- United States -- Congresses., High technology industries -- United States -- Congresses., Technology transfer -- Russia (Federation) -- Congresses., Technology transfer -- United States -- Congre

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Russia (Federation), United S

StatementJudith B. Sedaitis, editor.
ContributionsSedaitis, Judith B., Stanford University. Center for International Security and Arms Control.
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LC ClassificationsHC340.12.Z9 D4347 1996
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Paginationx, 325 p. :
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Open LibraryOL578000M
ISBN 100935371400
LC Control Number96166076
OCLC/WorldCa34693050

Commercializing High Technologies: East and West discusses key issues in the problems and opportunities of technology transfer that today confront both Russia and the United States.

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