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Corporate Foresight and Performance: Evidence from a Large Empirical Study

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Corporate Foresight and Performance: Evidence from a Large Empirical Study. / Jissink, Tymen; Huizingh, Eelko K.R.E.; Rohrbeck, René.

2014. Paper presented at The ISPIM Asia-Pacific Innovation Forum 2014, Singapore, Singapore.

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Harvard

Jissink, T, Huizingh, EKRE & Rohrbeck, R 2014, 'Corporate Foresight and Performance: Evidence from a Large Empirical Study', Paper presented at The ISPIM Asia-Pacific Innovation Forum 2014, Singapore, Singapore, 07/12/2014 - 10/12/2014.

APA

Jissink, T., Huizingh, E. K. R. E., & Rohrbeck, R. (2014). Corporate Foresight and Performance: Evidence from a Large Empirical Study. Paper presented at The ISPIM Asia-Pacific Innovation Forum 2014, Singapore, Singapore.

CBE

Jissink T, Huizingh EKRE, Rohrbeck R. 2014. Corporate Foresight and Performance: Evidence from a Large Empirical Study. Paper presented at The ISPIM Asia-Pacific Innovation Forum 2014, Singapore, Singapore.

MLA

Jissink, Tymen, Eelko K.R.E. Huizingh, and René Rohrbeck Corporate Foresight and Performance: Evidence from a Large Empirical Study. The ISPIM Asia-Pacific Innovation Forum 2014, 07 Dec 2014, Singapore, Singapore, Paper, 2014.

Vancouver

Jissink T, Huizingh EKRE, Rohrbeck R. Corporate Foresight and Performance: Evidence from a Large Empirical Study. 2014. Paper presented at The ISPIM Asia-Pacific Innovation Forum 2014, Singapore, Singapore.

Author

Jissink, Tymen ; Huizingh, Eelko K.R.E. ; Rohrbeck, René. / Corporate Foresight and Performance: Evidence from a Large Empirical Study. Paper presented at The ISPIM Asia-Pacific Innovation Forum 2014, Singapore, Singapore.

Bibtex

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