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  • Public procurement of innovation
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    A PROJECT REPORT ON “PROFIT MAXIMIZATION V/S WEALTH MAXIMIZATION” Submitted to In requirement of partial fulfillment of Master of Business Administration (MBA) Submitted on Submitted by PREFACE As a part of the curriculum of the MBA Program of the _________________, the studen
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  • How to strengthen technological innovation culture in developing countries
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  • Learning curve theory
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  • Profit maximization
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  • Innovation is natural or can be learned?
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  • Theory of diffusion
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