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Strategic niche management for biofuels: Analysing past experiments for developing new biofuel policies

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  • van der Laak, W.W.M.
  • Raven, R.P.J.M.
  • Verbong, G.P.J.

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  • van der Laak, W.W.M. & Raven, R.P.J.M. & Verbong, G.P.J., 2007. "Strategic niche management for biofuels: Analysing past experiments for developing new biofuel policies," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 35(6), pages 3213-3225, June.
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