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Arne Isaksen

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First Name:Arne
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Last Name:Isaksen
RePEc Short-ID:pis2
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Storgaten 1
+47 2247 7310
Oslo, Norway

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+47 22 86 80 01
Hammersborg torg 3, N-0179 Oslo
RePEc:edi:steppno (more details at EDIRC)
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  1. Arne Isaksen & Nils Henrik Solum, "undated". "Innovasjonsstrategier for Aust-Agder. Innspill til Strategisk Næringsplan," STEP Working paper series A0298, The STEP Group, Studies in technology, innovation and economic policy.
  2. Arne Isaksen, "undated". "Nyskapingsprosjekter i små og unge bedrifter: Hvilken rolle spiller Osloområdet?," STEP Working paper series A032000, The STEP Group, Studies in technology, innovation and economic policy.
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