Are you between 5 and 25? If so, enter the Wicked Young Writer Awards NOW - click here for details...

book price comparison
Search our site
Last Letter from Istanbul by Lucy Foley Read the opening extract of the brand new Lucy Foley book before its publication on 19/03/2018

New Technology-Based Firms in the 1990s by Ray P. Oakey

New Technology-Based Firms in the 1990s


New Technology-Based Firms in the 1990s by Ray P. Oakey

This book is the third volume in an annual series originating from the annual international High Technology Small Firms Conference, first held at Manchester Business School in the autumn of 1995. The conference continues to grow in popularity, and the internationally derived community of regular and occasional contributors to this conference are reflected in the papers that have been selected for Volume Three. There is a 'critical mass' dimension to these volumes because not only do the papers represent a 'time slice' of 'state of the art' high technology small firm research in a given year, but they also add to the evolving body of work with a 'time series' dimension.

About the Author

Loading other formats...

Book Info

Publication date

28th May 1997


Ray P. Oakey

More books by Ray P. Oakey
Author 'Like for Like'


SAGE Publications Ltd


240 pages


Small businesses & self-employed
Industry & industrial studies
Technology: general issues
Management & management techniques



It is a website dedicated to those who adore reading It really is a one stop shop for book lovers. Love it!

Edel Waugh

Lovereading - a community of people passionate about reading and sharing their views. An incomparable website for book lovers.

Helen Clark

My favourite thing about is the 'like for like' page this has really introduced me to some good reads! That and lots of honest reviews.

Sam Lewis

Lovereading are lovely people who send me lovely books. What's not to love?

Gavin Dimmock

Lovereading takes the guesswork out of finding your next read with "if you like you'll love" and extracts to help with your decision.

Sarah Bruch

A great place to go to find your next literary escape, and where you don't have to judge a book by its cover!

Suzanne Beney

Lovereading does a stella job in promoting both new and established authors.

Iris Clements

Lovereading has given me the opportunity to delve into new and exciting worlds of authors who I would never have tried before.

Glynis Elliott