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Marc Maurice

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Last Name:Maurice
RePEc Short-ID:pma706

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  1. Marc Maurice, 2000. "The situation of electronic, information and communications technologies in France : current trends and future prospec," Working Papers halshs-00087136, HAL.
  2. Marc Maurice, 2000. "Les technologies de l'information et de la communication et les problèmes du travail et de l'emploi," Working Papers halshs-00087128, HAL.
  3. Marc Maurice & Arndt Sorge & François Sellier & Hiroatsu Nohara & Eric Verdier, 1998. "L'analyse sociétale revisitée," Working Papers halshs-00087356, HAL.
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