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Territorial concentration and evolution of science and technology activities in the European Union: a descriptive analysis

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  • Zitt, M.
  • Barre, R.
  • Sigogneau, A.
  • Laville, F.

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  • Zitt, M. & Barre, R. & Sigogneau, A. & Laville, F., 1999. "Territorial concentration and evolution of science and technology activities in the European Union: a descriptive analysis," Research Policy, Elsevier, vol. 28(5), pages 545-562, June.
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