Towards a Framework for IT Offshore Outsourcing in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises

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Chang, JL and de Búrca, CM (2016). Towards a Framework for IT Offshore Outsourcing in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. 2016 International Conference on Information Management. London 07 - 08 May 2016
AuthorsChang, JL and de Búrca, CM
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