Northern Telecom and Netas (B): Transferring Technology to Central Asia

Case Analysis

In the early 1990s, founded the Turkish telecommunications company, Netas, joint ventures in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan as miniature replicas of the Netas own experience on the receiving end of technology transfer, with 51% owner of the Netas, Northern Telecom. This case examines the issues of technology transfer to countries even less developed than Turkey involved.

In the early 1990s, founded the Turkish telecommunications company, Netas, joint ventures in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan as miniature replicas of the Netas own experience on the receiving end of technology transfer, with 51% owner of the Netas, Northern Telecom. This case examines the issues of technology transfer to countries even less developed than Turkey involved.
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from
Rosabeth Moss Kanter,
Pamela Yatsko,
Kalman D. Applbaum
Source: Harvard Business School
8 pages.
Publication Date: Jun 16, 1995. Prod #: 395 088 PDF-ENG
Northern Telecom and Netas (B): technology transfer to Central Asia HBR case solution