Returning to core or creating a hollow? a strategic study of outsourcing and its implications

Christine Harland, Richard C. Lamming, Louise Knight

Research output: Working paper

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBath (UK)
PublisherUniversity of Bath
Publication statusPublished - 1999

Bibliographical note

Computer Sciences Corporation

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Harland, C., Lamming, R. C., & Knight, L. (1999). Returning to core or creating a hollow? a strategic study of outsourcing and its implications. Bath (UK): University of Bath.
Harland, Christine ; Lamming, Richard C. ; Knight, Louise. / Returning to core or creating a hollow? a strategic study of outsourcing and its implications. Bath (UK) : University of Bath, 1999.
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Bath (UK) : University of Bath, 1999.

Research output: Working paper

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Harland C, Lamming RC, Knight L. Returning to core or creating a hollow? a strategic study of outsourcing and its implications. Bath (UK): University of Bath. 1999.