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Yet another ecosystem literature review : 10 + 1 research communities. / Seppänen, Marko; Hyrynsalmi, Sami; Manikas, Konstantinos; Suominen, Arho.

2017 IEEE European Technology & Engineering Management Summit. IEEE, 2017.

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Seppänen, M, Hyrynsalmi, S, Manikas, K & Suominen, A 2017, Yet another ecosystem literature review: 10 + 1 research communities. julkaisussa 2017 IEEE European Technology & Engineering Management Summit. IEEE, 1/01/00. https://doi.org/10.1109/E-TEMS.2017.8244229

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Seppänen, M., Hyrynsalmi, S., Manikas, K., & Suominen, A. (2017). Yet another ecosystem literature review: 10 + 1 research communities. teoksessa 2017 IEEE European Technology & Engineering Management Summit IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/E-TEMS.2017.8244229

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Seppänen M, Hyrynsalmi S, Manikas K, Suominen A. Yet another ecosystem literature review: 10 + 1 research communities. julkaisussa 2017 IEEE European Technology & Engineering Management Summit. IEEE. 2017 https://doi.org/10.1109/E-TEMS.2017.8244229

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Seppänen, Marko ; Hyrynsalmi, Sami ; Manikas, Konstantinos ; Suominen, Arho. / Yet another ecosystem literature review : 10 + 1 research communities. 2017 IEEE European Technology & Engineering Management Summit. IEEE, 2017.

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