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Towards Sustainability in Urban Living Labs: Dynamics of Actor Roles

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Towards Sustainability in Urban Living Labs: Dynamics of Actor Roles. / Engez, Anil; Leminen, Seppo; Aarikka-Stenroos, Leena.

The 31st ISPIM Conference: Innovating in Times of Crisis: 7-10 June 2020 - Virtual Event. 2020.

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Engez, A, Leminen, S & Aarikka-Stenroos, L 2020, Towards Sustainability in Urban Living Labs: Dynamics of Actor Roles. julkaisussa The 31st ISPIM Conference: Innovating in Times of Crisis: 7-10 June 2020 - Virtual Event., 7/06/20.

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Engez, A., Leminen, S., & Aarikka-Stenroos, L. (2020). Towards Sustainability in Urban Living Labs: Dynamics of Actor Roles. teoksessa The 31st ISPIM Conference: Innovating in Times of Crisis: 7-10 June 2020 - Virtual Event

Vancouver

Engez A, Leminen S, Aarikka-Stenroos L. Towards Sustainability in Urban Living Labs: Dynamics of Actor Roles. julkaisussa The 31st ISPIM Conference: Innovating in Times of Crisis: 7-10 June 2020 - Virtual Event. 2020

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Engez, Anil ; Leminen, Seppo ; Aarikka-Stenroos, Leena. / Towards Sustainability in Urban Living Labs: Dynamics of Actor Roles. The 31st ISPIM Conference: Innovating in Times of Crisis: 7-10 June 2020 - Virtual Event. 2020.

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