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Features of Water Cooperatives: A Comparative Study of Finland and Kenya

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Features of Water Cooperatives : A Comparative Study of Finland and Kenya. / Arvonen, Vesa; Kibocha, Samuel N.; Katko, Tapio S.; Pietilä, Pekka.

julkaisussa: Public Works Management and Policy, Vuosikerta 22, Nro 4, 01.10.2017, s. 356-377.

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Arvonen, V, Kibocha, SN, Katko, TS & Pietilä, P 2017, 'Features of Water Cooperatives: A Comparative Study of Finland and Kenya', Public Works Management and Policy, Vuosikerta. 22, Nro 4, Sivut 356-377. https://doi.org/10.1177/1087724X17715267

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Arvonen, V., Kibocha, S. N., Katko, T. S., & Pietilä, P. (2017). Features of Water Cooperatives: A Comparative Study of Finland and Kenya. Public Works Management and Policy, 22(4), 356-377. https://doi.org/10.1177/1087724X17715267

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Arvonen V, Kibocha SN, Katko TS, Pietilä P. Features of Water Cooperatives: A Comparative Study of Finland and Kenya. Public Works Management and Policy. 2017 loka 1;22(4):356-377. https://doi.org/10.1177/1087724X17715267

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Arvonen, Vesa ; Kibocha, Samuel N. ; Katko, Tapio S. ; Pietilä, Pekka. / Features of Water Cooperatives : A Comparative Study of Finland and Kenya. Julkaisussa: Public Works Management and Policy. 2017 ; Vuosikerta 22, Nro 4. Sivut 356-377.

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