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Biomedical Innovation: Institutions and Practices

views also fail. The author argues that Biomedical Innovation: falling back on concepts of institutions (as norms and/or rules, as in North (1990)) and contests between multiple institutions Institutions and Practices Biomedical Innovation in India: With a Comparison to China and Others by Parthasarathi Banerjee; Har Anand, Delhi, 2007; pp 276, Rs 495 (hardcover).

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