The governance of collaborative product development

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The governance of collaborative product development. / van der Meer-Kooistra, Jeltje; Scapens, Robert.

Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships. ed. / Martin Carlsson-Wall; Håkan Håkansson; Kalle Kraus; Johnny Lind; Torkel Strömsten. 1st. ed. Routledge, 2018. (Routledge Studies in Accounting).

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Harvard

van der Meer-Kooistra, J & Scapens, R 2018, The governance of collaborative product development. in M Carlsson-Wall, H Håkansson, K Kraus, J Lind & T Strömsten (eds), Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships. 1st edn, Routledge Studies in Accounting, Routledge.

APA

van der Meer-Kooistra, J., & Scapens, R. (2018). The governance of collaborative product development. In M. Carlsson-Wall, H. Håkansson, K. Kraus, J. Lind, & T. Strömsten (Eds.), Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships (1st ed.). (Routledge Studies in Accounting). Routledge.

Vancouver

van der Meer-Kooistra J, Scapens R. The governance of collaborative product development. In Carlsson-Wall M, Håkansson H, Kraus K, Lind J, Strömsten T, editors, Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships. 1st ed. Routledge. 2018. (Routledge Studies in Accounting).

Author

van der Meer-Kooistra, Jeltje ; Scapens, Robert. / The governance of collaborative product development. Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships. editor / Martin Carlsson-Wall ; Håkan Håkansson ; Kalle Kraus ; Johnny Lind ; Torkel Strömsten. 1st. ed. Routledge, 2018. (Routledge Studies in Accounting).

Bibtex

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