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Title
Are You Biting Off More Than You Can Chew? A Case Study on Causes and Effects of Overscoping in Large-Scale Software Engineering
Type
Journal Article
Publ. year
2012
Author/s
Bjarnason, Elizabeth; Wnuk, Krzysztof; Regnell, Björn
Department/s
Department of Computer Science; Software Engineering Research Group; ELLIIT: the Linköping-Lund initiative on IT and mobile communication
In LUP since
2016-04-01
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Germany 92 (7%)
Sweden 51 (4%)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 35 (3%)
China 26 (2%)
Kenya 14 (1%)
France 13 (1%)
India 12 (1%)
Canada 12 (1%)
Pakistan 12 (1%)
Ireland 11 (1%)
Brazil 10 (1%)
Netherlands 9 (1%)
Norway 9 (1%)
Switzerland 6 (0%)
Hong Kong (China) 6 (0%)
Finland 5 (0%)
Japan 5 (0%)
South Africa 5 (0%)
Ukraine 4 (0%)
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Spain 4 (0%)
Russian Federation 4 (0%)
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