Overview of Case Studies
Part II of this volume, because of both its size (by far the greatest part of this book) and the central importance to our work of empirical evidence, merits its own introduction. We provide this in the form of the present Overview of Case Studies.
KeywordsHigh Speed Train Informal Institution Case Study Research Technology Procurement Telecommunication Sector
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