Why Investors in East and Central Europe Should Build a Mutual Learning Dimension into Business Strategies

Nigel Holden, Chiara Cannavale

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationTen years of economic transformation : markets, companies and foreign business in transition
    EditorsKari Liuhto
    Number of pages18
    Volume2
    Place of PublicationU.st.
    PublisherLappeenranta University of Technology
    Publication date2001
    Pages337-354
    ISBN (Print)9517645708
    Publication statusPublished - 2001
    SeriesStudies in industrial engineering and management
    Number2001-16

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    Holden, N., & Cannavale, C. (2001). Why Investors in East and Central Europe Should Build a Mutual Learning Dimension into Business Strategies. In K. Liuhto (Ed.), Ten years of economic transformation: markets, companies and foreign business in transition (Vol. 2, pp. 337-354). U.st.: Lappeenranta University of Technology. Studies in industrial engineering and management, No. 2001-16
    Holden, Nigel ; Cannavale, Chiara. / Why Investors in East and Central Europe Should Build a Mutual Learning Dimension into Business Strategies. Ten years of economic transformation: markets, companies and foreign business in transition. editor / Kari Liuhto. Vol. 2 U.st. : Lappeenranta University of Technology, 2001. pp. 337-354 (Studies in industrial engineering and management; No. 2001-16).
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    Holden, N & Cannavale, C 2001, Why Investors in East and Central Europe Should Build a Mutual Learning Dimension into Business Strategies. in K Liuhto (ed.), Ten years of economic transformation: markets, companies and foreign business in transition. vol. 2, Lappeenranta University of Technology, U.st., Studies in industrial engineering and management, no. 2001-16, pp. 337-354.

    Why Investors in East and Central Europe Should Build a Mutual Learning Dimension into Business Strategies. / Holden, Nigel; Cannavale, Chiara.

    Ten years of economic transformation: markets, companies and foreign business in transition. ed. / Kari Liuhto. Vol. 2 U.st. : Lappeenranta University of Technology, 2001. p. 337-354 (Studies in industrial engineering and management; No. 2001-16).

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    Holden N, Cannavale C. Why Investors in East and Central Europe Should Build a Mutual Learning Dimension into Business Strategies. In Liuhto K, editor, Ten years of economic transformation: markets, companies and foreign business in transition. Vol. 2. U.st.: Lappeenranta University of Technology. 2001. p. 337-354. (Studies in industrial engineering and management; No. 2001-16).