outputs Globalisation , migration and knowledge transfer : the reconfiguration of R & D capability in Indian pharmaceutical firms

@inproceedings{Kale2010outputsG,
  title={outputs Globalisation , migration and knowledge transfer : the reconfiguration of R & D capability in Indian pharmaceutical firms},
  author={Dinar Kale},
  year={2010}
}
The Indian pharmaceutical industry represents a successful case of indigenous self-reliant development. Over the last three decades the Indian industry, working under weak patent laws, used reverse engineering skills to develop capabilities in process R&D and generics drug development. With the signing of the TRIPS agreement Indian firms faced a stronger regulatory environment which restricted the application of imitative R&D. This change in regulation accelerated development of innovative R&D… CONTINUE READING
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