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Balancing flexibility and control: international technology and market development in Australian biotechnology firms

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A salient characteristic of the changing environment in dynamic, knowledge-intensive industries has been the growing adoption of collaborative organisational forms in the international operations of firms. Recent developments in these industries demand a re-evaluation of traditional explanations of these choices as resource constraints mandate collaborative organisational forms while the potential for proprietary knowledge dissipation cautions towards greater control.

Keywords: Australia, biotechnology firms, capabilities, internationalisation, strategic choice, transaction costs, flexibility, control, knowledge-intensive industries, collaboration

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