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Analysis of competitive strategies and their efficiency using industrial design

Analysis of competitive strategies and their efficiency using industrial design

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 5 (no. 4),
p. 75-91

The paper deals with the mechanism of competitive interactions in high-tech markets when using industrial design. Comparative analysis of different strategies in this sphere is given, various organizational forms of design activity inside and outside firms are considered, demand and supply of design services are investigated. The paper will be of special interest for those who have their links with high-tech industries.


Keywords: industrial organization; industrial design; high-tech industries; competitiveness

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