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The epistemological challenge of self-modifying systems: Governance and sustainability in the post-normal science era

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  • Mayumi, Kozo & Giampietro, Mario, 2006. "The epistemological challenge of self-modifying systems: Governance and sustainability in the post-normal science era," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 57(3), pages 382-399, May.
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