ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Anatomy of In-House R and D-A Case Study of Indian Automobile Industry

A Case Study of Indian Automobile Industry Vasant Gumaste Indian industry has responded to the government's promotional measures to encourage in-house R and D by setting up R and D departments. The number of such R and D units and the money they spend have grown considerably over the last four decades. But what are the concrete results? How strong is the technological capability of Indian industry today? How effective is it in enabling the country to be technologically self-reliant? This study is based on discussions with the principals, the men in the wings and those behind the scenes in one industry

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