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From population thinking to organization thinking: Coalitions for innovation. A review article of Complexity perspectives in innovation and social change, by Lane, D.A., van Der Leeuw, S.E., Pumain, D., West, G. (eds.), Springer, Berlin, 2009, pp.1-493

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