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A Co-creation Centre for University–Industry Collaboration – A Framework for Concept Development

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A Co-creation Centre for University–Industry Collaboration – A Framework for Concept Development. / Huhtelin, Mervi; Nenonen, Suvi.

julkaisussa: Procedia Economics and Finance, Vuosikerta 21, 2015, s. 137 - 145.

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Huhtelin, Mervi ; Nenonen, Suvi. / A Co-creation Centre for University–Industry Collaboration – A Framework for Concept Development. Julkaisussa: Procedia Economics and Finance. 2015 ; Vuosikerta 21. Sivut 137 - 145.

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