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Research And Development (R&D) Beyond Manufacturing: The Strange Case Of Services R&D

I. Miles
Published 2007 · Economics

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There are grounds for expecting (a) services' share of business RD (b) this share to continue to be well below what would be expected from the prevalence of services in economic activity, and (c) for many services' innovation to continue to rely heavily on sources that are not directly associated with RD (b) this share to continue to be well below what would be expected from the prevalence of services in economic activity, and (c) for many services' innovation to continue to rely heavily on sources that are not directly associated with R&D.
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