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The Firm and the Product is an ongoing research project @AUT’s COLAB. Here you can find academic texts and articles result of the project. Below them you can also find a collection of references cited in this project. If you are interested in collaborating through an academic stream please contact the research team.

Research proposal-The firm and the Product

(COLAB, june 2017)

The Shape of Firms Opportunities from Rapid Manufacturing 

(Presented at TIE ’17, sept 2017)

Antonio Esparza CV 2018

Research Summary:

Entrepreneurship with Additive Manufacturing: Effects of Complexity Freedom in Entrepreneurial Ideation

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